Rapper The Game has 99 problems, and a few of them are lawsuits.
The 35-year-old father-of-3 was hit with a lawsuit after he cancelled a concert and failed to return a substantial deposit.
The rapper, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, was booked to perform at a club in Cambridge, Mass., last April, the NY Post's Page Six reports.
But according to Universal Attractions, the New York-based talent booking agency that booked Game for the concert, his reps cancelled the concert in May.
Universal Attractions, which filed the lawsuit, alleges that “The Game and his representatives failed to provide any reasons or excuse for canceling the event and not refunding the money,” according to court documents.
Lowell Sidney, the lawyer for Universal Attractions, said they aren't the first promoters The Game has stiffed.
“It’s well known in the industry that this is to be expected from him, and he’s proving everyone right,” Sidney told Page Six.
“We believe that Game and his management are just out to con as much money as they can out of innocent promoters,” Sidney said.
Rappers in general have a long, colorful history of taking the money and running.
It is well known that certain A- and B- list rappers don't return Rolex watches and jewels that they "borrow" from popular jewelers to attend awards shows.
The public usually hears about the jewels thefts when the jewelers file lawsuits to get their pricey merchandise back.
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