Future Facing Lawsuit For Pulling Out Of Louisiana Concert


(AllHipHop News) Future is reportedly making $150,000 for a 45 minute show, and it appears the Atlanta rhymer understandably wants all of his money before he hits the stage. According to TMZ, Future pulled out of a Louisiana show in August of 2014. The promoter of the event is now suing the “F*ck Up Some Commas” rapper for $150,000.

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The website reports Robert Caillier filed a lawsuit claiming he paid Future a $15,000 advance before he backed out of the gig. Sources close to Future apparently contend the artist did attend the event, performed one song, and then his management team pulled him from the show after the remainder of his appearance fee was not paid.

The show date in question took place before Future went on his successful run being referred to as the “4-Peat.” Since last October the Freebandz boss released the well received mixtapes Monster, Beast Mode, 56 Nights, and DS2. Future also dropped the joint project What A Time To Be Alive with Drake, but he later stated the mixtape “never happened.”

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