A concert promoter is suing Kodak Black to get his money back after paying him to perform, but Black's legal trouble makes it hard for him to keep his end of the bargain.
Corey Minniefield filed a lawsuit against the rapper claiming Kodak cashed a check for $45k even though he never bothered to show up.
Corey says Kodak signed the agreement on February 28, 2017. But the same day he was arrested for violating probation.
The promoter rescheduled him for a later date but he never showed again. Corey's suing to get back the money he paid Kodak.
Nicholas Fitts had the same problem. He's alleging in a legal letter his lawyer fired off to Kodak's team that the rapper never performed in NY on March 3 (Kodak was in jail). The concert was rescheduled for April 15 and 29 but Kodak was still in jail for violating probation again when he hit up a strip club.
Fitts says he's out at least $123k on various booking fees and wants his money back.