The Game Served For Allegedly Bailing On Performance

10-24-2014 3-25-24 PM

Celebrities tend to flock to Kentucky in May to attend the annual Derby Festival every first Saturday, but one rapper was a no-show when told he could not serve as the headlining act of the night.

Now Jayceon Taylor, also known as rapper “The Game,” is being served by local promoters Dream Team Entertainment after skipping out on the performance.

According to documents, the promotion company is requesting the return of their $35,000 deposit wired to the rapper to secure the agreement, but also another $30,000 as a cancellation fee for not showing up. As a result, Dream Team Entertainment LLC is seeking $75,000 in damages.

Fifth Amendment Entertainment and Cash Jones, which served as The Game’s agent, are also being sued alongside the rapper.

Over the past few years, Game has been hit with a handful of lawsuits from assaults to restraining order issued by his ex-fiancée.

Stay tuned to see how his latest battle one turns out…

(Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for BET)