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A feud between rapper Master P and Privateer Holdings is over.

Percy Miller, also known as Master P, filed a lawsuit against the Seattle-based marijuana investment firm back in 2017. He alleged that Privateer breached an agreement to produce and distribute marijuana products under his brand.

The Sonoma County Superior Court in California dismissed the case last week after the parties reached a settlement. Miller dismissed all claims with prejudice. Privateer waived its awarded and pending sanctions against Miller, including misconduct related to his depositions.

Founded a decade ago, Privateer operates various cannabis brands. Last year it merged with cannabis producer Tilray, previously one of its portfolio companies.

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