(AllHipHop News) It appears that R&B songstress Faith Evans will be able to make her performance at the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour after all.
Reps for the singer told AllHipHop.com that attempts by a promoter to block her September 8 appearance in Atlanta have been found null and void.
The decision was made by the District Court for the Northern District of Georgia Atlanta Division.
Leron Rogers, partner, Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith LLP Attorneys, and Julian Petty, partner, Nixon Peabody, said he was satisfied with the decision.
"We are extremely pleased with the court’s decision not to restrict Ms. Evans from performing on the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour in Atlanta," Rogers told AllHipHop.com. "The promoter’s attempts to prove that Ms. Evans’ participation in the tour date would cause irreparable harm fell grossly short. We expect to continue to be successful in these matters as they progress.”
Efforts to block Evans' appearance at the Bad Boy Reunion Tour were made by promoter Jeremy Hill after Evans canceled her September 10 performance at his event.
She was not the headliner for the event and has been since replaced by another act.