Friday, May 28, 2021

Game Ordered to Pay Australian Concert Promoter for Ditching Tour


Australian concert promoter awarded $500,000 after suing rapper Game for ghosting Down Under tour...

The Federal Court has ordered American rapper The Game to pay more than $500,000 in damages for a 'fake' Australian tour in 2017.
Justice Sarah Derrington ruled that the 41-year-old Compton-raised rapper - whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor - and his agent Cash Jones are liable for the seven-city tour being cancelled.
They have been ordered to pay $478,119.73 in damages, plus interest of $78,508.08, and court costs incurred by Australian promoters Tour Squad, The Daily Telegraph reports.
In 2017, The Game was expected to perform shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth
However, The Game and his entourage withdrew from the tour after Tour Squad rebuffed their request to pay $3.21million for a documentary the rapper and his team wanted to make.
Justice Derrington decried that the majority of the tour negotiations were held over text messages and WhatsApp, with no paper trail regarding the changing agreements.

3 comments:

The King Of The Real said...

game stedy losing over dumbshit

Anonymous said...

Closeted individuals behaving badly. Nothing new or exciting.

Anonymous said...

He is not that interesting or good of a rapper to care about him. Australia must be desperate for old dried up American one hit wonders for entertainment. Bloop

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