Rapper Travis Scott has been sued by PJAM for refusing to perform at Myth Nightclub near Minneapolis on February 3.
The lawsuit filed by entertainment company PJAM on March 20, Travis “refused to show up” for his performance at the Myth Live nightclub near Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 3, the day before the 2018 Super Bowl. TMZ report”.
The entertainment events company “PJAM “claims it paid the rapper $150k upfront, plus $10k to his booking agent, a private jet was arranged for Scott’s travel accommodations. The contract states Scott was guaranteed $200,000 in total.
Due to breach of contract,PJAM claimed the entertainment company suffered significant damages including the sums paid to the legal agent and representative of Scott and Scott and their booking agent, the sums paid to arrange Webster’s travel, the sum’s paid to advertise the event, lease the venue and hire staff, and the lost profits PJAM would have realized on this event,” the suit states.
PJAM also claims Scott has not paid back the $150,000 advance and is seeking restitution in damages and harm to the club’s reputation endured.
They are asking for damages, coverage of attorney’s fees and prejudgment interest.