It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about Chris Brown’s billboard cost.
But that’s just the latest news to come out of the singer’s latest court battle with his lawyers.
The singer filed for bankruptcy in May 2016 after his legal team argued that the rapper had not paid royalties for songs that appeared on his albums.
Brown, who had a $30 million settlement with his label, has not yet responded to those claims.
But last month, he appeared in court in Atlanta to answer questions about his ongoing legal battle.
In the suit, Brown’s team said the singer had not earned any revenue from sales of his albums or singles.
His lawyer said the rapper was not actually paid for the music, just the licensing fees.
In a statement, Brown said he and his lawyers had not reached an agreement to settle the case, adding that “the lawsuit is without merit.”
Sources: ESPN Cri, USA Today, Billboard, The Wall Street Journal, Billboard Music, Billboard Magazine, Billboard.com