Although DJ Paul wished for the song to be pulled from the album at first, DJ Paul later clarified to Complex that he holds no ill-will toward Travis and simply wanted credit (and money) where credit is due. “Travis Scott and I have been in touch personally about this matter, he is aware of the situation, as is his label. Everything will be worked out accordingly with proper communication between he, Juicy J, and I. There is no beef, just business,” he said.
According to legal documents obtained by The Blast, Travis and DJ Paul are close to finalizing this business. The two have agreed to a “tentative settlement.” While an exact dollar amount has not been determined yet, the documents state that they will sign the settlement papers within the next 30 days. $20 million would be awfully large compensation to pay, but Travis is a huge artist and he didn’t ask permission for the sample, so we’ll see how this turns out.