Young Thug Sued For Alleged No-Show

Young Thug has been sued by a New York event organizer for $360,000 for a no-show.

– Young Thug

The rapper, real name Jeffery Williams, and his company YSL Enterprises signed a $55,000 contract with Nicholas Fitts to play a concert in Rochester’s Sahlens Stadium, according to the complaint. 

The rapper “did not have a valid legal reason for his failure to perform,” the lawsuit says according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Fitts claims he lost $201,620 in lost ticket sales alone; YSL has not responded to the lawsuit.

Williams was recently sued for another alleged no-show; a Texas production company filed suit when Young Thug didn’t perform at an April 2016 concert. No matter the case, Williams has made a name for himself not only for being one of the top young hip-hop artists in the nation but also for a viral YouTube art piece where he skipped out on his own song video, leaving the director to produce it sans Thug.