In April 2018, Klenord Raphael sued the singer and rapper Cardi B for $10 million dollars after saying he discovered her in 2015 and was fired in a breach of contract. She countersued him that July for $15 million.
After being named Billboard's Woman of the Year in November, Cardi B has another milestone to celebrate this season. The rap star can put the past behind her now that an ongoing lawsuit brought by her former manager Klenord Raphael has ended.
That July, Cardi B countersued Klenord Raphael for $15 million and alleged that he signed her first deal without a lawyer present. On Thursday, both court filings were reportedly solved in court , according to AllHipHop.
Documents indicate that the action, including all claims and counterclaims, is hereby dismissed in its entirety with prejudice against all parties. The parties have further agreed that all parties to this action shall bear their own costs and attorney's fees.