Rick Ross Sued by Florida Touring Company

Longtime relationship heading to court, booker wants at least $171K.

The last thing Rick Ross's boss status needs is trouble with another business associate. Rozay was fired by Reebok two weeks ago, reportedly costing him $3-5 million, and now a Florida tour booker is suing him for non-payment. 

Total Access Talent has been booking shows for Ross since 2004 and says that the rapper never skated on a payment, until now. According to TMZ, the lawsuit was filed in a Miami federal court sometime this week. The company claims to have never received their 10 percent commission for booking a bunch of Florida shows for him and his MMG crew.

After locking down dates, venues, contracts and more, Total Access says Ross's people disappeared without paying up. The company is seeking a minimum of $171,000.


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