Chief Keef continues to make headlines for his screw ups. This week, a lawsuit was filed against him for turning up a no-show at a Cleveland charity concert.
According to TMZ.com, Kim Productions claims they paid the Chicago rapper a $15,000 deposit to perform at the RapCure cancer benefit last June with the remaining balance ($10,000) to be paid at the event.
A day before the event, the company claims Keef's camp demanded a $2,500 advance to cover travel expenses, which they obliged. However, Keef failed to show up on time, forcing Kim Productions to cancel and refund ticket holders.
The company is now suing for $26,000, plus moneys spent on the theater, lights, equipment, advertising and the refunded tickets. And get this, an $88 charge for an order of chicken wings which was called in by someone on Keef's tour bus.