A judge has ruled in a breach of contract lawsuit by Fashion Nova against Rich the Kid that requires him to pay $132,637.75 back to the retail giant. The “Breakin’ U Off” artist was hired in 2018 as a celebrity, and Fashion Nova paid him a $100,000 advance for Rich to promote the brand, do shout-outs on his social media, and a mention in one of his upcoming songs. The song was expected to be released in December of 2018, only it was never released, and the “company claims the situation resulted in a loss of $ 2.1 million for it.”
– Excerpt from an article for All Hip Hop by Kershaw Jawnson. Read the full article here.
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