The music company who sued Nipsey Hussle's estate over an alleged unpaid debt has quickly dropped their battle and dismissed their case.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Paramount Recording Group filed a withdrawal of the $31,764.97 claim against the estate. The withdrawal was filed on May 16, which was only days after the music company had hit up the estate on May 13.
The issue was seemingly resolved quickly.
Paramount Recording Group filed the creditor's claim claiming they were owed money from a 2012 judgment they won against the rapper and another party.
The claim was the first to be filed against Nipsey's estate since he passed away.
As The Blast first reported, Nipsey’s brother, Blacc Sam, filed documents asking to be named the administrator of the late rapper’s estate. Sam says he needs to take control of Nipsey’s affairs in order to handle incoming business opportunities.
Sam said that Nipsey Hussle died without a will, and lists the hip-hop star’s property at $2,035,000.
The judge has not yet ruled on Sam’s request to become the administrator of the estate.