In this combination photo, TV personality Kylie Jenner, left, attends Harper’s Bazaar Icons celebration on Sept. 9, 2016, in New York, and rapper Travis Scott plays on 2017 iHeartRadio Music Festival in September. 23, 2017, in Las Vegas. In an Instagram post Sunday, feb. 4 Jenner announced the birth of her baby girl born Thursday. ItÃ¢â, â¢s the first child for the 20-year-old reality star and the 25-year-old rapper. (Photos by Andy Kropa, left, and John Salangsang/Invision/AP)
Scott Travis is faced with a lawsuit after a rescue at a pre-Super Bowl concert to be with his newborn daughter.
PJAM Entertainment sued the rapper — whose real name is Jacques Webster — for the cancellation of a Minneapolis concert is planned for February. 3, according to the documents submitted by the Explosion.
Scott, 25, and Kylie Jenner’s daughter, Stormi, was born on Feb. 1.
Scott reportedly signed his contract for the performance on Jan. 24 and was scheduled to receive $200,000. $ 150,000 was paid, and he has allegedly not paid, back to PJAM. The rapper’s booking agent went home with $10,000; a private jet was also acquired for his travel accommodations.
“Despite its contractual obligations, [Scott] refused to show up for the event,” PJAM claims in the paperwork. “As a result of this violation, [PJAM] suffered considerable damages, including the amounts paid to XX Global [Scott’ s agent] and [Scott), and the travel agent, the amounts paid to the control of Webster ‘ s travel, the sum paid for the advertising of the event, rent the hall and the staff, and the loss of profit [PJAM] would have realized at this event … [PJAM also paid] considerable sums of money … to advertise the event, leasing of a large venue and to hire a staff of waiters, bartenders and other assistants for the night.”
PJAM is looking for their $ 150,000 back from Scott, as well as attorney’s fees, prejudgment interest, and the alleged “reputation damage” the company claims to have suffered as a result of the cancellation.
A rep for Scott not immediately return a request for comment.
This story was previously published in the New York Post.