Wiz Khalifa’s $1 Million Lawsuit Gets Dismissed

Wiz Khalifa’s $1 Million Lawsuit Gets Dismissed

(AllHipHop News) 4/20 is over, however Wiz Khalifa is missing out on more green. Wiz Khalifa’s $1 million suit against concert promotion company, It’s My Party Inc, was recently dismissed.

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Earlier this month (April 1st), the ONIFC  rapper sued the concert promotion company after the company cancelled a show at George Mason University that they booked for Wiz at the last minute. According to the lawsuit, Wiz was promised $85,000 in addition to a percentage of the show’s profits.

It’s My Party responding by asserting that there was no contract drawn up for the performance and therefore they have no obligation to compensate the slighted rapper.

Wiz won’t have any problem making that $85k back soon as the Pittsburg MC recently revealed that him and A$AP Rocky will be hitting the road for the “Under the Influence” tour starting July 17th in San Francisco, CA.

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He also teamed up with his bud brother, Curren$y to release the EP Live In Concert on April 20th. The EP is a follow up to the duo’s lauded 2009 mixtape, How Fly. Live In Concert can be purchased on iTunes.

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