From no-show's to impostors, some Hip Hop artists are notorious for their lacking live performances. Now, it appears that Rick Ross has been hit with a lawsuit for turning in a paltry 15-minute performance.
According to AllHipHop, the MMG impresario was recently slammed with a $226,000 lawsuit over a less-than-satisfactory performance. SM Global Union agreed to pay Ross $90,000 for an hour long set, but the Miami rapper walked off stage after only 15-minutes.
Ross isn't the only emcee named in the lawsuit, however. SM Global Union is also suing tour-mates Meek Mill and Waka Flocka Flames for breach of contract after both failed to promote the event on Facebook and Twitter as contractually stipulated.
This isn't the first time the Bawse has been sued for the quality of his live show; last year, Nigeria's Cross River State sued him after he bailed on its Calabar Festival. DX will keep you updated as more information comes to light.