Lil Wayne & Migos Accused Of Scamming Companies With Fake Concerts

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Migos are making ready for his or her return to world dominance, promising Culture III for an early 2019 launch. The actual date of its launch is but to be decided however the trio might wish to work out their latest authorized struggles earlier than transferring ahead with a brand new challenge. According to BET, the Atlanta group and Lil Wayne‘s touring corporations are being sued for pocketing cash from a present that they by no means carried out at. 

Lil Wayne & Migos Accused Of Scamming Companies With Fake Concerts
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According to the report, a person named Ramin Natan loaned $500Okay to the 2 teams to advertise exhibits from Weezy and the Migos in 2017 however he by no means acquired the cash again after neither act carried out. The lawsuit reportedly states that Wayne and Migos cut up the cash between themselves and registered faux corporations so as to declare it. Obviously, this data must be taken with a grain of salt as a result of all of it sounds completely sketchy. 

Natan is requesting his cash be returned with curiosity, which is barely truthful if this finally ends up being true. The swimsuit refers back to the rappers as “ponzi rip-off artists” after they allegedly stole the cash with no intention of ever performing on the exhibits. Hopefully, Natan has arduous proof to help his case as a result of this appears like he would possibly simply be chasing clout.

Lil Wayne & Migos Accused Of Scamming Companies With Fake Concerts
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