Rapper and singer Travis Scott is getting sued by PJAM – an entertainment events company – after the artist didn’t show up to a Minnesota show after his daughter Stormi was born. He was scheduled to perform on February 3, 2018 at the Muth Nightclub near Minneapolis.
The company claims it paid Scott over $150,000 upfront for the show, which was cancelled hours before it was scheduled to take place. Baby Stormi was born to Kylie Jenner two days earlier.
According to Billboard:
Sources who know the rapper attribute the change of plans to weather and logistics, as he did make his performance later that night in Las Vegas.
The entertainment company claims that Scott did not pay back the advance and is seeking damages and claiming harm to the club’s reputation.