Travis Scott Sued for Canceling Performance Days After Daughter’s Birth

Travis Scott
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Travis Scott is being sued for cancelling a performance just hours before he was set to take the stage, but there may have been a good reason why.

The rapper was set to perform at a Minnesota nightclub the night before the Super Bowl (Feb. 3), but ended up canceling the day of the show, according to TMZ. As unprofessional as that sounds, the appearance was set to occur just two days after girlfriend Kylie Jenner brought their baby girl Stormi in to the world. Maybe he just wanted to spend some quality time with his new little family?

Understandable, but Scott has yet to return the $150,000 he was paid in advance. In addition, the events company, PJAM, also paid his booking agent $10,000, arranged for a private jet and transportation, and other promotional costs.

Apparently, Scott was also set to perform at a nightclub in Vegas just hours later, and showed up. Not helping the newborn excuse, is it?

The nightclub is also allegedly upset that it now has to rebuild its reputation. Having a star performer cancel just hours before could not have been a good look.