The back and forth between rapper Waca Flocka and fighting game professional, SonicFox has refused to go away. The two faced each other back in September in a showmatch that was watched by a great many people.
Sonic, as expected, won the tie, but allegations surfaced recently that the team behind the match, Nobi Gaming, were owing unpaid fees to Sonic. The issue escalated to the point of legal alternatives being pursued as both parties maintained innocence. According to Sonic, Nobi Gaming were owing money, but the gaming outfit refuted this saying instead that Sonic was in breach of contract.
In a new post from the Nobi Gaming account, they have now clarified the position. Accoridng to the post, SonicFox has discontinued legal action against them and had given permission for them to tell their side of the story. In the lengthy post, Nobi Gaming maintained that they owe no one and that Sonic was paid a reduced fee due to breach of contract. The nature of the breach was that Sonic did not carry out certain social media obligations, specifically posting about the event.
In their claim, Nobi stated that Sonic did not give the event due promotion which in turn, affected the possible proceeds. They also claimed that they did try to sign Sonic to their team as a way to offset the breach, but Sonic refused.