Travis Scott Was Sued For Canceling A Show After The Delivery Of Kylie Jenner
Travis Scott has been sued for canceling a presentation two days after Kylie Jenner gave birth to their first daughter together, Stormi Webster.
Promoter PJAM LLC claims that the rapper was paid in advance the sum of $ 150,000 to appear at the Super Bowl Weekend party at Myth Live in Minnesota on February 3. Stormi was born two days earlier and Kylie announced her birth on February 4, the day of the Super Bowl. PJAM says that on February 3, Scott told the group that “despite his contractual obligations, he refused to appear at the event.”
The organization also ensures that Scott’s agent received $ 10,000 for the show and that they even booked a private jet for the rapper to fly to the venue.
The group also notes that it paid “significant sums” to “publicize the event, rented a large entertainment venue and hired a team of waiters, bartenders and other assistance for the night” and that they suffered “significant damages” and “damage to their reputation.” “based on its failure to produce a presentation “by Scott. The rapper has not commented on the lawsuit, which does not mention Kylie or her baby.