Unfortunately, Travis Scott is facing a lawsuit by a Coachella Valley-based music festival after the promoters accused Scott of bailing on a headlining set and running off with over $200K.
According to The Blast, Travis Scott is being sued by Empire Music Ventures for fraud and breach of contract. Court documents claim the rapper contractually agreed to perform at the 2019 Rhyme, Wine & Brews Experience on Empire Polo Grounds — the same location as Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
As part of the agreement, Scott was to be paid $400K for a 75 min set for which he received a deposit of $217,500 on December 3rd. However. Scott’s people allegedly canceled the performance without a reason.