Sad To Report That Ended This Way!

Sad To Report That Ended This Way!

Sad To Report That Ended This Way!

It came out over the weekend that Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill have “really” called in quits.

That’s not the only tough news the female rapper has faced. Recently her brother’s DNA reportedly matched a rape kit on a young teen, and he’s facing a very serious legal battle.

Now word it that Minaj is facing a big legal battle over a club appearance in Las Vegas. This situation could cost her thousands, maybe millions.

According to the Jasmine Brand, she’s headed back to court in the $230,000 legal battle, where she is accused of being a diva and costing the nightclub a ton of money for performing only two songs and only staying for 34 minutes.

Minaj has counter-sued the promoter, demanding that he pay any judgment won in the case instead of her.

On July 22, Minaj went to court and filed a counter-suit against Jam House. She says that while negotiating the deal for the club appearance, her team dealt with a middleman named Anthony Botter (aka Blitz), who owns and operates The Epitome Group.

Minaj claims that she signed the contract and sent it back to Epitome Group.

However, according to JB, she found out that there were two contracts drafted by the company, and the second one she claims she didn’t see. It allegedly provided more compensation. She says that she never signed the second agreement.

Minaj accuses either Jam House or Epitome of keeping the extra money beyond the $150,000.

She filed suit demanding the judge not hold her liable for any judgment the club is awarded in their lawsuit, saying she didn’t do anything wrong and fulfilled all her duties on the contract.

She is also seeking to have her attorney fees paid by the other parties.

Then there’s this:

A Nevada company named Fantastic Entertainment Enterprises (FEE) filed a lawsuit against Minaj’s company, Pink Personality, for ruining her scheduled Las Vegas club appearance.

The suit claimed that the appearance agreement was signed by Minaj to show up and perform at Chateau Night Club in the Paris Hotel on May 2, 2015, directly following Floyd Mayweather’s fight with Pacquiao.

According to JB, Minaj was to arrive at the club at midnight and remain for at least an hour and perform two songs. The company agreed to pay the rap queen a total of $236,000 for her appearance and also cover her transportation and accommodation costs.

However, Fantastic has claimed that Minaj failed to follow the terms of the deal. It claims that she didn’t show up until 1:19 a.m., stayed only for 34 minutes and refused to perform two songs.

Fantastic also accuses in the lawsuit that her security guard arrived at the club and disconnected their equipment, which was set up to film the event (not only Minaj’s appearance), and as a result Fantastic lost even more money.

And there’s more… the company claimed that is had five VIP tables around Minaj’s and people were willing to pay 25,000 for a table, but since she didn’t stay or perform, those tables went unsold.

JB says that the company sent Minaj’s team a letter last May, demanding a refund of the money it paid her — but her and her people have refused to pay.

Minaj says that she performed all of her contractual. She even claims that she performed two songs.

This is a developing story…

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