Lord Finesse filed a $10 million lawsuit against Mac Miller last July for using the instrumental for “Hip 2 Da Game” without his consent. After a public back and forth that went on for a few months, the pair settled the lawsuit back in December. Now, the D.I.T.C. member is speaking out about the situation.

Finesse says that he doesn’t have a problem with Mac. In fact, he further explains that there is no beef between them and that there’s a possibility of collaborating in the future. Read what he had to say below.

"I don’t have no beef with Mac. I think Mac is a cool dude. But [the lawsuit] became a lightning rod and people made it more than what it really was. It’s just the way the media makes it look. At this point, I just want to move forward and I wish Mac the best moving forward.

He continued, “I’m just glad that it’s over and I’m definitely relieved that we moved past this. From day one, I never looked publicly to use this for attention and I purposely never talked about this from the beginning. This will be the only time I speak on this.”

[via HipHopDX & Fuse]