Kanye West is now off the hook with an angry fan that was upset that Life of Pablo was available on multiple streaming platforms.
On January 29, Justin Baker-Rhett filed court documents informing the court that he and Kanye West, “hereby stipulate and agree to the dismissal of Plaintiff’s individual claims with prejudice and the putative class’s claims without prejudice, with each party to bear its own attorney fees and costs.”
Baker-Rhett originally filed a class action lawsuit against Tidal and Kanye West over the ‘Life of Pablo’ release in 2016. He took issue with a tweet Kanye posted stating, “My album will never never never be on Apple. And it will never be for sale… You can only get it on Tidal.”
This forced fans like Baker-Rhett to subscribe to Tidal for Ye’s seventh album. Only for the lp to appear on other streaming platforms, like Apple and Spotify.
VIA: The Blast