Rapper and music producer T-Ache is hurting over $30,000 he says his reserving company owes him.
The “Bartender” singer, whose actual title is Faheem Rashad Najm, filed a lawsuit Thursday in Manhattan Supreme Court docket towards United Expertise Company.
T-Ache claims a booker signed him up for an Aug. 19, 2017, efficiency on the Trend Meets Music Competition in Columbus, Ohio, regardless of the live performance organizer’s unhealthy fame.
The company “was effectively conscious of the credit score unworthiness of and prior defaults of fee obligations by FMM Competition,” the swimsuit says.
T-Ache’s efficiency price $50,000.
He was paid for a part of it however a $35,000 verify bounced, his swimsuit says.
The expertise company did not inform T-Ache, 32, concerning the unhealthy verify till after the efficiency, the swimsuit says. The organizer of the competition is predicted to file for chapter, so T-Ache sued the company for $27,000 plus curiosity.
UTA didn’t instantly return a request for remark.