Swizz Beatz gave an update the status of Verzuz following it previous legal discrepancy with Triller.

On Wednesday, April 26, the accomplished producer stopped by The Breakfast Club to talk about everything he’s got going on. During their discussion, Swizz touched on Verzuz and what’s next for the massive platform now that he and Timbaland are on good terms with Triller. He began by clarifying that he never told anyone to ditch Triller while they were going through their legal issues last year. The co-founder of the successful event also said he appreciated the brief pause so that they can come back bigger than before. It’s been nearly a year since Verzuz held it’s last battle between Latin icons DJ Nelson and Luny Tunes. One month after that event went down last summer, Swizz and Timbaland sued Triller for $28 million after the video-sharing app reportedly defaulted on payments. Artists like Styles P and other members of the Hip-Hop community responded swiftly by threatening to boycott Verzuz and the app if Triller didn’t clean up its act. A few weeks later, the duo ended up settling with the company.