Back in October, Boosie briefly took the stage at State Farm Arena in Atlanta for the “Legendz of the Streetz” tour where he was one of the many acts that were scheduled to perform. However, things ended abruptly after an altercation broke out on stage during his performance. Now he is being sued by the tour’s booker and promoter.
According to the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, MN2S Corp. and We Are Live Entertainment allege that Boosie caused the chaos that erupted on stage during the concert back in October. As a result, equipment was damaged, and the remainder of the show had to get shut down following the whole incident.
The companies claim Boosie was booked for a total of $150,000 for five different appearances on the tour. Boosie was reportedly given $50,000 before the first night of the tour. They allege that Boosie contacted the president of We Are Live Entertainment demanding more money, and once he was declined, they allege Boosie said he would ruin things.
They claim that during the incident, Boosie damaged equipment before getting into it with security, and now they are seeking $525,000 in damages. However, Boosie says that he and his team were attacked with guns by stage people. He said in an Instagram post, “We were attacked with guns by stage people who didn’t supposed to have guns.”
A few days after the show, Boosie was arrested and booked into Fulton County Jail. He turned himself in after the promoter pressed charges. He was charged with inciting a riot and destruction of property and bonded out.
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