Lil Peep’s mother, Liza Womack, and his former label, First Access Entertainment, have reached a compromise on a multimilion-dollar wrongful lawsuit about the rapper’s death.
According to Womack’s lawyer, the terms of the settlement are confidential. However, Liza Womack and Peep’s brother will be incharge of his music and will continue to release his music.
The report reads, “Today, Gus’s music came home. From this day forward, his music will be care of his mother and brother, and no one else. It is a solemn moment for us as we reflect on the struggles of that past five plus years. We were all permanently changed by Gus’s death. We know he should be here in the world with all of us, creating—making whatever he was inspired to make.
“But he is not. So, we will protect his music with all of our strength. We look forward to continuing to release Gus’s music. This is a very important day for us.”
Finally, Lil Peep’s mother has reached a settlement in the wrongful death lawsuit regarding his passing away. What do you think? Even though the term of the agreement is confidential, what can you say about it. Kindly let us know in the comments section.