Quavious “Quavo” Marshall, Kirsnick “Takeoff” Ball and Kiari “Offset” Cephus have moved to drop their lawsuit against talent lawyer Damien Granderson and his firm, Granderson Des Rochers. The Migos originally filed a lawsuit against Granderson and company last summer alleging that he charged them with “excessive fees.” The chart-topping group also alleged that Granderson did not disclose potential conflicts of interest prior to signing their agreement in 2014.
Initially, Migos filed for voluntary dismissal without prejudice last fall. However, filing without prejudice left the door open for a potential lawsuit later on. This week, the bestselling trio filed for voluntary dismissal with prejudice and closed the door on any potential future lawsuits. According to multiple outlets, this legal maneuver typically indicates that a settlement was reached outside of court. The terms of such a settlement have not been shared with the public.
Migos nor Granderson have issued a public statement regarding the most recent developments pertaining to the lawsuit.