It was a year ago that 50 Cent filed a lawsuit against Taco Bell for using his name without permission. The company's president, Greg Creed, had asked the rapper in an open letter to press outlets "to change his name to 79 Cent, 89 Cent or 99 Cent for a day, and noted if he rapped his order at a drive-thru it would result in $10,000 being given to his favorite charity." Not informed of this, 50 Cent didn't hear about it until he was being called a sell-out.
Now the NY Post reports that the two parties have settled the lawsuit in a confidential deal (50 was originally asking for $4 million). His lawyer said, "As is often the case in these situations, the parties have agreed not to discuss anything about the settlement except to say both sides are satisfied." And we're guessing this is the kind of satisfaction one can't get from a simple Gordita Supreme.