Kanye West Sued For $7million For Unpaid Concert Fees
Kanye West has consistently given his fans memorable concert experiences. Ye frequently collaborates with production companies that can help him realize his vision in order to put these performances together. Ye has worked with Phantom Labs in the past as a production business.
Sadly, Phantom Labs is reportedly suing Kanye right now, according to Complex. According to the narrative, Ye is being accused by Phantom Labs of not covering his $7.1 million bill. On his “Free Larry Hoover” concert, a DONDA 2 event, and even his postponed Coachella performance, the company collaborated with Ye. The business claims that while Kanye initially paid his payments, he later ceased doing so in the complaint.
The initial cost of Kanye’s bill was $6 million, but Phantom Labs finally had to pay a $1.1 million fine for canceling the Coachella performance. Phantom Labs intends to recover all of its costs from the lawsuit. Kanye hasn’t offered any commentary on the situation as of now.
This lawsuit and the one Ye is currently dealing with from the David Casavant archive are remarkably similar. Currently, the fashion label is suing Kanye for $400K in unpaid rental costs. DCA claims that Kanye first paid his costs, but later stopped entirely and the business was unable to collect, similar to the Phantom Labs complaint.
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