Sean Jay-Z Carter can put his perfume lawsuit drama behind him.
Parlux claims Jay-Z received $2 million in royalties which required six promotional appearances. Hov reportedly failed to appear and countersued. The rapper allegedly said the company didn’t fulfill certain obligations in the business agreement.
Jay-Z also believes the company is “lazy.” In a court document, the Roc Nation founder said, “I’ve always had problems with the quality of lazy work that was coming from Parlux.” Jay went on to say he wasn’t satisfied with a commercial that had his name on it. He said, “It’s a B-rate commercial, and my name is on it,” referring to the commercial for the Gold scent.
In the latest update, a jury ruled on Wednesday, Nov. 10th, reported on The Jasmine Brand. A jury concluded neither party should have to pay the other. The judgment saved both parties from paying millions since the case was dismissed.
The presiding judge summed up the matter by saying, “You failed to prove your case. They failed to prove their case. That’s the outcome.” Jay-Z seemed relieved after, take a look:
Jay Z's legal drama has come to an end. Asked whether he had 98 problems now, he said: pic.twitter.com/y1sjNAvKlU
— Victoria Bekiempis (@vicbekiempis) November 10, 2021