Travis Scott reportedly hopes a decide received’t permit his historical past of no-shows and postponed live shows to be introduced up at trial as he battles a $150,000 lawsuit.

Scott is being sued by promoter PJAM for canceling on a Super Bowl weekend efficiency in 2018 and allegedly by no means paying again a six-figure advance.

According to courtroom paperwork obtained by The Blast, the multi-platinum promoting artist is searching for to dismiss another live performance cancellations throughout his profession from getting used as proof in his dispute with PJAM.

Scott might be questioned in courtroom as a part of the trial, however his authorized crew is trying to stop any proof of his different failures to carry out from being talked about within the proceedings. They argue such proof could be “unfairly prejudicial.”

PJAM contends the proof is related, citing seven different exhibits canceled on quick discover from 2016-2019. The promoter claims they organized for a personal jet and spent hundreds of selling the present.

Scott was scheduled to carry out for PJAM at Myth Live in Minnesota on February three, 2018. He presumably canceled as a result of his daughter Stormi was born on February 1, however her start wasn’t introduced publicly till February four.

PJAM says Scott canceled on the final minute and induced “reputational hurt.” The Astroworld creator has counter-sued and accused PJAM of by no means confirming his journey plans. He additionally claims they didn’t manage to pay for to cowl his bills.

The case is about to move to trial later this yr. PJAM is searching for $150,000 plus damages.

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