Another Gucci Mane Lawsuit

Two Pittsburgh promoters are suing rapper Gucci Mane, his agent and manager for allegedly taking payments for two concerts last year that never happened.

The lawsuit, filed by William Marshall of Marshall Productions and Derrick Brown of Rockstar Entertainment in Allegheny County court, accuses agent Johnnie Cabbell and manager Debrah Antney of taking two deposits of $13,750 each when they knew Mane wouldn’t be allowed to travel outside of Georgia because of his legal problems.

The rapper is incarcerated in the Fulton County Jail until November for violating the conditions of his probation on a 2005 assault charge.

Marshall and Brown’s lawsuit seeks more than $25,000 in damages.

Mane’s reps deny the claims.

Last year, a Lakeland, Fla., promoter filed a lawsuit against Mane and his reps for allegedly not showing up for an October concert date, then a rescheduled November date.

That lawsuit seeks about $175,000 in fees and damages.