Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group is apparently facing a lawsuit from a London promoter. TMZ
is reporting that Ross, Meek Mill, Wale, Omarion, and Stalley were supposed to perform at a Wembley Arena
concert on September 12, 2012, but the entertainers attempted to have the show postponed.
The promoter claims that the MMG members received over $285,000 in performance fees, flight costs, and other expenses before negotiations on a make-up date broke down. The promoter is now suing to reclaim all the money advanced to the five stars.
According to the plaintiff, $93,281.26 of that total was for the plane tickets and other costs. The rest was for the appearance fees for each MMG member which are now public. Ross was reportedly paid $100,000 while Meek Mill garnered $40,000, Wale $35,000, Omarion $12,000, and Stalley $5,500.
Maybach Music Group recently released their latest compilation album Self Made 3
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Watch a promo video for the cancelled show below.