Parlux Fragrances’ lawsuit against Jay-Z and the rapper’s subsequent countersuit were both rejected by a jury, finding that neither side had proven its claims, according to ABC News.
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Parlux Fragrances filed the suit in Manhattan state Supreme Court in January 2016, claiming Jay-Z did not fulfill promotional obligations connected to the 2013 launch and marketing campaign for the Gold Jay-Z cologne brand.
Jay-Z filed a countersuit saying Parlux had breached its contract by failing to pay him the royalties he was owed.
No damages were awarded to either party.
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