Over two months ago, The “Legendz of The Streetz” tour was scheduled all over the country. This included stars such as Jeezy, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Fabolous, Rick Ross, Boosie Badazz, and Lil Kim on the lineup. The first stop of the tour, was in Atlanta, at State Farm Arena.
Boosie ended up showing up to the venue, hours after he was supposed to perform. He went on to perform before Rick Ross, who was scheduled to be the final performer of the night. When Boosie finally hit the stage, a brawl occurred, when the set was almost done.
Lawsuits against Boosie have since began to surface, and now another huge one is out. According to TMZ, MN2S Corp. and We Are Live Entertainment, are now suing Boosie. The Louisiana rapper was initially paid $150,000 for this show, and received a $50,000 deposit.
It’s now also being claimed that Boosie called We Are Live President, Leonard Rowe, before the show. It was there, that he asked for more money. That request was denied, and Boosie supposedly said he would end his performance, and that’s what happened.
In total, the promoters are seeking $525,000. This came after Boosie and his crew went on to destroy equipment. Boosie went on to be banned from the tour, as well as State Farm Arena.
Check out footage from the Boosie brawl, in Atlanta, below.
Boosie only performed two songs and a whole brawl broke out pic.twitter.com/BTvGzVOoVC
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