One Of The Lawsuits Against Lil Wayne Was Thrown Out Because He’s Too Good At Hide-And-Seek

02.02.16 9 months ago
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Either a ticket agency doesn’t want its money back or Lil Wayne’s a champion hide-and-go-seek player. The Young Money boss just had a $120,000 lawsuit against him thrown because they weren’t able to serve him.

Wayne was sued last year by Tickets of America/White Glove International for failing to pay for some pricey tickets to high-profile events between 2013 and 2015. The company claims it scored Wayne tickets to numerous popular events, including the Mayweather vs Pacquiao fight ($67,500), the Super Bowl ($14,000), and several $11,000 courtside seats to NBA games.

So, like other companies dealing with YMCMB, they sued. Unfortunately, a judge dismissed the case because Wayne’s hide-and-seek game is just too damn strong.

The invoice for the bill includes 7 tickets to the 2013 Super Bowl ($14K), 2 tickets to the 2013 NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four ($500), 4 tickets to the MTV Video Music Awards in 2013 ($4K), 2 tickets to the Miami Heat v. Atlanta Hawks game in 2013 ($11k), 4 tickets to the Lakers vs. Rockets game last year ($11,100), 2 tickets to the Clippers vs. Rockets game ($11,300) and 3 tickets to Mayweather fight against Manny Pacquiao ($67,500) for a grand total of $119,400.

They filed suit for the unpaid balance + interest since June along with attorney fees.

Then on January 27th, the judge presiding over the case stated that he had already previously set a deadline for the company to serve Wayne, but they didn’t follow the order and as a result he dismissed the entire case without Wayne having to pay the company. (The Jasmine Brand)

This latest lawsuit being dropped comes two months after his lawyer requested his own lawsuit against his famous client be dismissed. Michael B. Kramer & Associates sued Wayne for $375,000 for unpaid legal services. Shortly after, a lawyer representing the firm filed documents that later dismissed the case and all claims made against Lil Wayne.

(Via The Jasmine Brand)

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