Uh oh it looks like Bad Boy and Faith Evans fans may not get a chance to see the First Lady of Bad Boy when the Bad Boy Reunion tour hits Atlanta.... or well if she does, she could be facing some serious legal trouble.
Her decision to hit the road with Puffy has left a Georgia promoter in a bad situation. According to TMZ, there are documents showing that promoter Jeremy Hill booked Faith to perform at Wolf Creek Amphitheater in Atlanta on September 10, 2016, and according to the documents Hill has already paid her $17,500.
Hill realized that things wouldn't work out for the best for his concert when he saw that Faith was on the Bad Boy Reunion Tour, especially with the Atlanta tour stop being two days before his concert date. This is also a huge problem because Hill has artists sign non-compete agreements that state that artists can't perform within a 100 mile radius of his concert during the 6 month period leading up to the concert dates.
Hill is now filing a lawsuit because he says he was informed that Faith is backing out of his deal. He's suing to have Faith blocked from her Bad Boy performance and he wants her to run him $100K. We shall see how this plays out.