Rapper Soulja Boy cancelled a gig last December and allegedly didn't pay anyone back the money he was paid for it!
He was paid a $16,250 advance fee to secure the date, and also owes another $3,500 for bus transportation to the event and a another $8,000 for television and radio commercials to promote it!
TrinCity chief Joseph Sheldon Brewster is the one bring the legal hurt against Soulja Boy, and he blames Interscope Records and MySpace Music of stopping the concert and then not paying a promised $10,000 to make up for the advertising costs on time.
Brewster claims it's a breach of contract and unjust enrichment, and is looking for nowhere near the amounts that they didn't pay back, and is suing for a cool $1 million dollars instead.
That's a huge difference to us, and we have no idea how you can justify that amount against what was actually owed.
Wonder how this'll play out, if the courts will agree that Brewster is owed that much or not. We expect probably that everything else should be reimbursed if the allegations are true!
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