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It might be too late for Triller to apologize to Timbaland, but the Grammy-winning artist and his partner Swizz Beatz are finally getting their dues from the music app – sort of.

Timbaland and Swizz Beatz sued TikTok competitor Triller in August for a cool $28 million, alleging that Triller missed several payments it agreed to send while buying the hip-hop legends’ rap-battle platform Verzuz.

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After a public spat with Universal Music Group, Triller has bounced back with some serious star power.

The short-form social video app's parent company, Triller Network, acquired Verzuz, the online music battle platform launched last March by rappers Timbaland and Swizz Beats on Instagram Live.

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