50 Cent has reached a settlement in his lawsuit against The Shade Room stemming from a plastic surgeon who claimed the G-Unit mogul had penis enlargement surgery.

According to legal documents viewed by reporter Meghann Cuniff, 50 and The Shade Room agreed to settle their lawsuit on Tuesday (February 21) through the U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida.

The legal filing makes sure to note that this settlement is specific to The Shade Room and all litigation against Angela Kogan and her MedSpa/Perfection Plastic Surgery business remains active in the court system.

“[50 Cent] by and through his undersigned counsel, hereby gives notice that he has reached an agreement to settle with Defendant The Shade Room… in the above captioned action,” the lawsuit reads. “Jackson and TSR are in the process of executing their respective obligations pursuant to the agreement and will file a Notice of Voluntary Dismissal.”

In December, attorneys for Angela Kogan — the MedSpa owner named as the defendant in 50’s ongoing lawsuit — countered the rapper’s allegations by attempting to point the finger at The Shade Room instead.

According to court documents, the defense claims rumors about 50’s alleged procedure were spread due to the gossip outlet publishing a photo of Fif and Kogan together.

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The Queens legend filed his lawsuit in September, alleging that Angela Kogan and her Perfection Plastic Surgery & MedSpa used a photo that 50 took at the establishment to suggest he was a client and received some type of penile procedure.

Kogan denied the allegations placed on her and her business and wasted no time asking to dismiss the case arguing that 50 Cent was a client and agreed to the use of the image as payment for the work he allegedly had done.

The G-Unit boss, on the other hand, has said that he only agreed to take the photo because he believed Angela Kogan was a fan. A trial date has been set for July but it’s possible both parties could reach a settlement prior to then.