Flo Rida can rest easy evening, now it’s emerged that he’s dodged six-figure lawsuit thrown his way by an Australian music festival.
What went down, you ask?
Full story below…
Two years ago, the Rapper came under fire when he failed to arrive at the ‘Fat As Butter‘ music festival, despite being paid to do so before he was set to take to the stage.
In response, the event’s promoters Mothership Music filed a lawsuit against Flo and his management- VIP Entertainment and Concepts- for breach of contract, taking the interesting step of serving him his papers via Facebook when doing so traditionally became impossible for them, as is explained here.
After a judge ruled in the festival’s favour, Rida clapped back with an appeal submitted to the New South Wales Court of Appeal, which- much to the dismay of the festival- was upheld by the court, allowing the Rapper to avoid paying the $377,000 he’d been asked to cough up.