Miley Cyrus is free and clear from a lawsuit accusing her of ripping off her hit song "23 (J’s On My Feet)" after the woman suing her dropped her lawsuit.
As The Blast first reported, a rapper named Yella the Triple Threat sued Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa, Juicy Jay and Mike Will accusing them of stealing her song.
Yella, real name Ariella Asher, said she released “J’s On My Feet ft Fleetwood” in 2012 as part of a promotional mixtape titled, "The Big Bang."
She said Cyrus dropped “23 (J’s On My Feet)” a year later and claims it’s a complete ripoff of her track. Yella says Cyrus used the release of her song to “reinvent her musical career from child star to the edgier, urban, and adult performer she is today.”
Yella said she has not been given a songwriting credit or “been paid a dime.”
She sued seeking an injunction against everyone involved, as well as many, many thousands of dimes in damages.
Recently, Yella dropped Juicy J from the lawsuit, explaining she had “reached an agreement regarding this matter” with the rapper and dismissed all claims, but continued on with her lawsuit against Miley.
Then on November 14, the rapper filed court documents revealing she has decided to dismiss all claims against Miley Cyrus and drop the entire suit.
Miley had yet to respond to the allegations in court.