Chicago rapper Chief Keef has just been slammed with a $175,000 lawsuit after skipping out on a Fraternity house performance back in April. Keef was scheduled to perform for the Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter at Auburn University, but never showed up.

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The Booking Collective, LLC., hired by Auburn University’s Fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon is suing Chief Keef for $175,000 for being a no-show at the scheduled performance. The Booking Collective met everyone one of the rappers demands including giving him a $12,000 advance of the $22,000 it cost for his performance. In addition to the advance the fraternity dished out an extra $5,000 to allow Keef to be comfortable while in Alabama. This included, “five star or boutique hotels” as well as “bottles of Ciroc and Remy Martin, chicken fingers, French fries, and more.”

According to the lawsuit Chief Keef was a no-show because he was in the studio the day of the performance. The lawsuit states, “Chief Keef was posting on Instagram about being in the studio working on music on the very day/evening he was supposed to be performing at the Planned Concert.”

Because of this the booking company is suing Chief Keef for breach of contract and violation of the Illinois Consumer Fraud And Deceptive Business Practices Act.


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