Rappers LIL' BOOSIE and Webbie are facing more legal action after reportedly failing to show for a 2007 concert in Mississippi.
Promoters at Big Mike Productions and A R Bookings filed papers in the Federal District Court of Mississippi last Friday (30May08), alleging the two stars failed to perform at Big Mike's First Annual Hip-Hop Fest in the Delta in November 2007.
The lawsuit names Lil' Boosie and Webbie's management firm Trill Management as the defendants.
The two gig promoters are seeking compensation for their loss of promotional costs and booking fees, as well as other expenses, reports AllHipHop.com.
Lil' Boosie - real name Torrence Hatch - and Webbie, born Webster Gradney, Jr., have also been caught up in breach of contract lawsuits in Baltimore, Maryland, and Tampa, Florida.
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