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Kodak Black failed to show up to two scheduled concerts in 2017 and now he’s being sued for $500,000, The Blast reports.

Arizona promoter Nicholas Fitts entered into a contractual agreement with the 21-year-old Pompano Beach, Florida native for him to perform at a New York venue on March 3, 2017. When the “Zeze” rapper didn’t show up, Fitts rescheduled a make-good for the following month in April and he neglected to show up for that concert as well.

A third date was consequently reset based on full-faith that the controversial star would come through, but Fitts was let down once again because Black didn’t fulfill his obligations for that show either.

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Fitts claims his reputation as a promoter has been tarnished as a result and he spent a lot of money on venue rentals and marketing.

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Legal docs also say Fitts “suffered a loss of ticket revenue, directly resulting from Kodak Black’s refusal to fulfill his contractual obligations under the terms of the Agreements, totaling more than $500,000.00, including reimbursement of funds from ticket presales.”

Fitts is demanding $500,000 in damages.

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