Police Investigating Canceled Paul Wall/Mike Jones/Chamillionaire Concert

Prosecutors in two

counties are investigating a canceled rap concert in Dothan, Alabama, that was

to feature Paul Wall, Mike Jones and Chamillionaire on Dec. 9.

Attorneys in Coffee and Houston Counties were contacted by local

businesses who sold over $4,000 worth of tickets.

According to police, the show was promoted and advertised on

Dothan radio station WDBT and was booked by a promotional company named Top

Dog Entertainment.

A crowd showed up to the Farm Center, only to be greeted with

a sign that stated the concert was canceled with no reason given.

Fans of the rappers went to the local businesses demanding refunds

for the concert. One local retailer said he shelled out over $1500 in refunds

to appease his angry customers.

According to The Farm Center’s manager, promoters never

paid the remaining deposit to secure the building or returned phone calls inquiring

about the balance.

Paul Wall confirmed

with AllHipHop.com that he was not aware of the concert and had not been booked

to play in the area.

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