DMX gets a bit of good legal news stemming from an alleged failed comeback tour.
A booking agency has dismissed its size able lawsuit against DMX.
TMZ reports that the agency, Heavy Rotation, dropped its $630,000 suit against the rapper, though it hasn't said why.
In March, Heavy Rotation filed a suit against X in New York City, claiming that it had an exclusive, yearlong deal with the Yonkers rapper to book him international tour dates.
Apparently, child support issues and a traffic violation resulted in a lien being placed on X's passport, preventing him from leaving the country.
Despite the fact that Heavy Rotation claimed it lost nearly $750,000 on the deal, it seems to have changed its stance - a fact that X's manager, Jason Fowler, says makes the rapper and his camp very happy.