Music Mondays – Travis Scott reportedly settles $200K lawsuit with music festival organizers

Travis Scott has settled his lawsuit with the organizers of the Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience.

The “Sicko Mode” rapper has reportedly returned the $217,500 deposit he was paid and the suit will be dropped as a result, according to The Blast.

The website reports that the person who booked the gig for Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend was not his normal booker, and they promised they could get him to play the event when they couldn’t.

Over the weekend it came out that the Empire Music Ventures had sued Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend for fraud and breach of contract after he backed out of playing the Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience without explanation.

 

– Excerpt from an article written by Bryan Hood for Page Six. Find the full article here

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