Nicki Minaj has settled her copyright dispute with Tracy Chapman after Chapman filed a lawsuit in 2018 over Minaj sampling Chapman’s song "Baby Can I Hold You" in the rapper’s leaked track Sorry. Minaj has been ordered to pay the singer-songwriter $450,000.
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