The troubled MC was ordered to pay $242,000 to a company that manufactured items for a canine clothing line he attempted to launch, The Associated Press reports.

The rapper, born Earl Simmons, must pay Amusing Diversions Inc. because he didn’t fulfill contractual obligations to promote the doggy clothing line, Boomer 129, which included caps, scarves, raincoats and bomber jackets.

Under the initial contract, DMX was to promote the line via television, concerts and other appearances. Amusing Inc. sued saying he failed to do so. He also was found liable for substantial damages to the plantiff for publicizing competitors of the company. The court ruled that DMX also repeatedly ignored court orders and proceedings.

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