The lawsuits just keep coming.
Chief Keef is being sued for skipping a frat house performance last April after pocketing a $12,000 advance. A company called The Booking Collective filed a breach of contract suit against Keef and booking agency Yung Fly Entertainment in Cook County Monday, reports the Chicago Sun Times.
According to the complaint, Keef was to receive $22,000 to perform at the Sigma Phi Epsilon frat house but never showed up. During the time he was supposed to be on stage, the teen was busy with social media. “Chief Keef was posting on Instagram about being in the studio working on music on the very day/evening he was supposed to be performing at the Planned Concert,” the suit states.
The Booking Collective states that Sigma Phi Epsilon sued them for $70,000 because Keef was a no-show. In addition, the company claims to have spent over $5,000 to accommodate the Chicago rapper’s backstage rider requests of water, several bottles of alcohol, Red Bull, 50 chicken wings and more.
Besides the food and beverage, Keef required luxury hotel rooms for himself and six members of his entourage, “In premiere cities, hotels must be five star or boutique hotels,” reads the suit. “In smaller cities, Marriot, Starwood, Hilton, Hyatt or Sheraton elite properties are acceptable to artist.”
The Booking Collective seeks more than $175,000 in damages.
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