Lil Boosie Sued For Missing Easter Concert In Tampa

Problems booking rapper Lil’ Boosie continues, as the rapper was recently named in another lawsuit accusing him of accepting show money and not showing up for the performance.


According to a lawsuit filed in Hillsborough County Court, Florida, the rapper was paid a $31,000 dollar advance to appear at Club 112, located in Tampa, Florida.


The rapper, born Torrence Hatch, allegedly failed to appear for the March 23 Easter show according to the lawsuit, which also named Direct Connect Entertainment as a defendant.


In an promo for the show, Lil Boosie hyped up the show and labeled Tampa his “second home.”


Lil Boosie is also the subject of a $1 million dollar federal lawsuit in Baltimore along with Webbie, in which the Louisiana rappers are accused of missing a scheduled concert, as well as the rescheduled concert date.


Lil Boosie can be heard on Webbie’s hit single “Independent,“ which also features Lil Phat.


The track, which is currently #6 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Tracks chart, is taken from Webbie’s Savage Life 2 CD.

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