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Chief Keef Sued For Backing Out Of Charity Concert
Posted by Joseph Lee on 02.04.2014

TMZ reports that Chief Keef is being sued for backing out of a Cleveland charity concert hours before he was set to go on stage. Kim Productions claims it paid Keef $15,000 as a deposit to perform at the RapCure cancer benefit last June. The balance of $10,000 was supposed to be paid at the event.

The day before the event, Keef demanded a $2,500 advance to cover travel expenses. The money was wired and his agent said he was on the way. However, he never showed up at the concert, which was canceled. All tickets were refunded and the charity ended up losing a lot of money.

The company is suing for $26,000, which is the money it paid to Keef along with the money spent on the theater, lights, equipment, advertising and the refunded tickets. There is also an $88 charge for an order of chicken wings, which someone on Keef's tour bus wanted.


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