Travis Scott sued for Backing out PRE-SUPER BOWL GIG Days After Stormi's Birth

We all know that American rapper Jacques Webster aka Travis Scott and American television personality Kylie Jenner welcomed their first child, daughter Stormi together on Feb 1, 2018. And now, Tavis Scott has been sued after he bailed on a concert in Minnesota just the night before the Super Bowl just after two days welcoming daughter.


Scott was paid the cash in advance for it claims a new lawsuit. An entertainment events company named PJAM claimed that it paid him $150k upfront plus $10k to his booking agent. He was said to perform at Myth Nightclub near Minneapolis on February 3.

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According to the documents, PJAM even arranged for a private jet for Scott and had spent a huge amount in promoting the show, but Scott backed out just hours before.

A close source of Scott claimed that Scott backed out due to weather and logistics. But PJAM says that Scott refused to show up to the event. In the same day, Scott was spotted making his other scheduled performance alter that night in Vegas on Super Bowl Sunday.

PJAM is still confused whether Scott bailed due to fatherhood, but it still insists that the rapper has not paid $150k advance back. The company also wants the damages for the shot.

We hope to hear Travis Scott’s statement on this particular topic soon!