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Swizz Beatz and Timbaland sue Triller for $28 MILLION after it fails to pay for Verzuz

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The hip hop producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland are joining forces to sue the buyer of their popular music competition series Verzuz after they say the company failed to pay up.Swizz Beatz (real name: Kasseem Dean) and Timbaland (Timothy Mosley) have filed suit against the social media video platform Triller for $28 million, according to documents obtained by TMZ.They claim in the lawsuit that that the platform has failed more than once to make the required payments after purchasing the video series, despite allegedly coming to a settlement after the first default.

Going to court: Swizz Beatz (R) and Timbaland (L) are suing the social media platform Triller for $28 million after it allegedly failed to pay for their series Verzuz, TMZ reported on Monday; seen in 2019 in AtlantaSwizz Beatz, 43, and Timbaland, 50, came up with the idea of a musical duel early in he course of the coronavirus pandemic, and they squared off in the first performance in March 2020.Each event features two high-profile stars, usually from hip hop or R&B, as they trade off playing their most popular songs while trying to one-up each other.

Each episode usually features commentary from the artists on the creation of their iconic tracks. Though fans at home keep scores, there is no official scorekeeping and no winner is declared.

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