Boosie Badazz's catastrophic fight in the course of his on-stage show was an organized assault that resulted in costing the organizers a load of money as reported by TMZ who states that the promoters are now taking legal action against him behind it.
MN2S Corp. and We Are Live Entertainment, the booker and organizer, for the "Legendz of the Streetz" tour recently placed a lawsuit opposing the famed rapper, asserting he was the reason and cause behind the chaos that unraveled in October at Atlanta's State Farm Arena as reported by TMZ.
TMZ reps have reported on there being a huge brouhaha that occurred in the middle of the performance, which ensued in appliances getting destroyed, and the whole show getting shut down early according to reporters and officials. Video surveillance showed Boosie was involved in the chaos.
In their legal suit, acquired by TMZ, the corporation states Boosie was originally detained for a sum of $150k for five separate cases along with individuals such as 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Jeezy and more. It was reported that they presented Boosie with a $50k deposit the night prior.
The corporation declares prior to the performance Boosie communicated with We Are Live president, Leonard Rowe, commanding more money than what was previously discussed. Rowe failed to pay more, and they claim Boosie carried through on threats he made in response, as TMZ later stated. They assert Boosie snuck through security and demolished valuable pieces of equipment before getting into an altercation with security officials. Before Ross, the main attraction was able to perform, the show was halted as a result.
They're pleading for $525k in vandalization to regain their losses and penalize Boosie for the unprofessional encounter. TMZ reported that they extended comments out to Boosie, who refused to comment on the situation.