Rapper Mase has won his legal battle with a jewellery company over allegations he failed to pay a $35,000 (£21,875) bill.
Executives at Aydin and Company in Atlanta, Georgia filed suit against the hip-hop star last year (11), claiming he owed them thousands of dollars dating back to 2005.
Mase, real name Mason Betha, asked for the lawsuit to be dismissed, insisting he never signed the "alleged contract at issue".
A Georgia court has now sided with the star, granting judgement in his favour during a recent hearing, according to U.S. website Tmz.com.
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