Promoter Sues Future for Skipping Concert

Promoter Sues Future for Skipping Concert

"Jumpman" rapper says promoter was shady.

Published December 1, 2015

A promoter is suing Future because he skipped a concert in Louisiana last August, reports TMZ. Robert Caillier claims Future received a $15,000 advance only to pull a disappearing act when it came time to perform.  

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Caillier is suing for $150,000 in profits he expected to make, plus the money from the deposit.

Not surprisingly, Future’s side of the story is a bit different. Sources close to the "Jumpman" rapper say that he did show up, however, Caillier didn’t pay the rest of the money. Future’s management pulled him off stage after one song. 

Future reportedly makes around $150,000 per show, and he's not happy that the numbers got out. He tweeted yesterday, “Bitch n***a callin around askin how much money I make...that ain't A1.”  

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Written by Latifah Muhammad

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