Rick Ross is no stranger when it comes to the legal system.
The 36-year old rapper is being sued for a grand total of $226,000 after performing only 15 minutes before leaving the stage amid a Charlotte, North Carolina concert during the CIAA Weekend in March at the Bojangles Coliseum. The show’s promoter SM Global Union is suing Ross for breach of contract, and seeks the $226,000 in loss of profits and damages.
According to AllHipHop, SM Global Union paid Ross $90,000 for a one hour performance, but he walked off stage after only 15 minutes.
Waka Flaka Flame and Meek Mill are also being sued for breaching their contracts when they failed to advertise and promote the show through their Facebook and Twitter accounts.
All three artists were paid a total of $225,000 to perform at the concert.
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