SAN FRANCISCO—Facebook Inc. won’t have to reargue a case brought by “country-rap” singer Mikel Knight, who sued the social media giant after it refused to pull down a page critical of the musician.

The California Supreme Court on Wednesday denied review in Cross v. Facebook, allowing a decision in August by a First Appellate District Court panel to stand. The panel ruled that Facebook’s anti-SLAPP motion striking the suit should be granted in its entirety, reversing the trial court.

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