Drake and Future finished up the last few months of their tour together. The Summer Sixteen Tour included their collab album called What A Time To Be Alive and fans loved it.
Unfortunately, things took a turn for the worse when a woman filed a $25 million lawsuit against them for their connection to a man who she claimed raped her during their Bridgestone Arena concert.
The Blast just reported that this case turned things back on track for the two hip-hop superstars.
According to the site, the latest court docs show that a judge from Tennesee dismissed both men from the case without prejudice.
Other defendants who were tied to the lawsuit have not had Drake and Future’s luck, on the other hand.
The accuser who is still unnamed originally debuted the lawsuit by accusing the men of what she saw as negligence form their part.
The accused man named Leavy Johnson allegedly collected a few warrants for assault amidst the alleged rape.
The woman claimed that Drake, Future, Bridgestone Arena and all the touring companies are somehow responsible for employing him even though he was known to ‘pose an unreasonable risk to others.’
Drake and Future have been quiet regarding this subject since its onset. Now that their names have been totally cleared from the case, things will probably remain the same.