Faith Evans opted to jump on Puff Daddy’s Bad Boy Family Reunion tour, which rolls into Atlanta two days before a separate gig she had already booked in the city with another promoter. According to TMZ, that promoter is now suing her for breach of contract.
Jeremy Hill booked Faith to perform at Atlanta’s Wolf Creek Amphitheater on Sept. 10, 2016, and paid her $17,500 upfront as part of the deal, the website reports. Hill says he eventually got wind of Faith joining the Bad Boy tour and learned that it would arrive in Atlanta on Sept. 8.
Hill says his contract with Faith included a non-compete clause, meaning she can’t perform within a 100 mile radius of his show during the six months leading up to Sept. 10.
In the suit, he says Faith’s camp told him she was backing out of his deal.
Hill is suing to block Faith from doing the Bad Boy show in Atlanta, and he also wants at least $100,000 for her decision to back out.
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