buggy crookThe disastrous brawl during the performance was a planned attack, at least according to the promoter currently suing him, which resulted in huge amounts of money being spent on the promoter.
MN2S Corp. And We Are Live Entertainment (bookers and promoters of the “Legends of the Streets” tour, respectively) have filed a lawsuit against the rapper, alleging it caused all the turmoil that happened at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta in October. . ,
Please remember… big brouhaha It went down in the middle of the show, resulting in equipment damage and an early halt to production overall. As you can see in the video, the boogie was in the middle of the layer.
In a proceeding filed by TMZ, both companies said that Boosie was initially booked for a total of $150,000 in five separate appearances with men such as: two beads, Rick Ross, Jeezy other. They even say that the night before #1 they well-intentioned gave her a $50,000 deposit.
Welp, both companies claim that Boogie contacted the president of We Are Live prior to the show. Leonard RoeAsk for more clothes than agreed. Rowe refuses to pay further, claiming that Boosie threatens to attack everything with torpedoes… and then follows.
He claims that the boogie slipped through security and destroyed a bunch of expensive equipment before fighting back to safety. They say that the show ended early, before headliner Ross could take the stage.
They are seeking $525,000 in damages to recover their damages and punish all boogies. I contacted a boogie with no comment.