DJ Paul Says $20 Million Lawsuit Against Travis Scott Is Just Business

AllHipHop Staff

Also, the Three 6 legend is also bothered by how the media has reported on the lawsuit.

(AllHipHop News) Three 6 Mafia star DJ Paul has insisted there's "no beef" between him and Travis Scott after he filed a $20 million copyright infringement lawsuit against the rapper.

In court papers, DJ Paul, real name Paul Beauregard, accused Scott of stealing the hook for "No Bystanders," from his latest album Astroworld, from the hip-hop group's tune "Tear Da Club Up."

However, in a new statement, DJ Paul downplayed the legal drama and revealed he and Scott are "in touch personally" about the matter.

“Travis Scott... is aware of the situation, as is his label. Everything will be worked out accordingly with proper communication between he, (Three 6 Mafia star) Juicy J, and I,” he said. "There is no beef, just business. It’s bothersome that media outlets would choose to put out any information without getting all of their facts straight, which would include speaking with any of us about the situation directly.

"We all have a job to do, I just wish more people would do their jobs professionally. Thank you to those who have. Right now my focus is my new album, the tour I’m about to go on, and all the exciting work that I have coming up for y’all, so stay tuned!”

Scott has yet to respond to the accusations.

Comments (1)
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I didn't know Paul owned Tear Da Club up I thought Gangsta Pat owned it.