Weeks before it draws to a close in New Orleans, Rihanna's 'Diamonds World Tour' has found itself faced with legal drama this week…brought its way by the production company responsible for the show's Israeli showing.
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After she reportedly arrived on stage at 10pm, the star saw the tour's Tel Aviv showing cut by twenty five minutes as to avoid the reported 11.30 pm cut off date the 'Yarkon Park' places on live shows.
Unfortunately, the performer's tardiness is now set to cost her 13.3 million. This, being the figure the show's producers are seeking to compensate her audience for the inconvenience, distress and disappointment they faced while waiting one hour and twenty five minutes for the show to begin.
Filed and submitted to the Tel Aviv District Court, the lawsuit also cites the singer's dependency on pre-recorded vocals, lack of costume theme and her failure to perform the agreed 28 songs as reasons the company's action against her, explaining that her failure to fulfil a number of terms she had agreed to gives them grounds to sue her.
Keep it locked on That Grape Juice for more on this developing story.
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