Rapper PnB Rock Threatened With Legal Action Over Canceled Performance

Pnb Rock's pockets could be taxed by a University in Virginia.

(AllHipHop News) Rapper PnB Rock is facing potential legal action after canceling a show at Hampton University without returning the deposit.

The "Fleek" hitmaker was supposed to perform at the University in Virginia in October but he never hit the stage despite being paid a $7,500 deposit.

Bosses at promotions company Well nVested and Hampton University have reportedly sent a letter to PnB Rock, real name Rakim Allen, in a bid to get their money back.

"Well nVested and Hampton University are considering all of its options and remedies under the contract for the reference to parents that was not upheld...," reads the letter to the 26-year-old.

The rapper has yet to comment on the breach of contract allegations.

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