Travis Scott And His Manager Accused Of Wrecking A Festival And Keeping $200,000

Travis and his manager could end up in court over a botched performance.

(AllHipHop News)* Rap star Travis Scott and his manager are accused of stealing over $200,000 in deposit money for a botched music festival.

The rap star is currently being sued by Empire Music Ventures, who claims the rap star in his management kept over half of a $400,000 deposit to headline the 2019 Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience, held on the Empire Polo Grounds.

According to The Blast, the rapper is accused of keeping over $200,000 in deposit money for a 75-minute performance, he decided to back out of in December.

As a result, the entire 2019 Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience was canceled since they were out of their deposit, and a headliner.

The lawsuit claims Travis and his manager are simply refusing to return the money, and that they "wrongfully converted the money" for their own personal use.


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