Gucci Mane Camp Sued Again for Missed Shows

Gucci Mane Camp Sued Again for Missed Shows

Gucci Mane (Radric Davis), his booking agent Johnnie Cabbell (Hitt Afta Hitt Entertainment), and Debra Antney (So Icey Entertainment CEO) are facing another lawsuit over alleged concert no-shows.

The latest lawsuit was filed in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania by William Marshall (Marshall Productions) and Derrick Brown (Rockstar Entertainment). The two parties allege that Gucci’s representatives took two deposits of $13, 750.00 to book him for concerts in Pittsburgh last August that were never completed.

At the time, Gucci Mane was restricted from leaving the state of Georgia due to parole violations from a 2005 felony assault, which eventually resulted in him being sent back to prison for 12 months on November 12.

According to the lawsuit, Marshall and Brown claim “the defendants' engaged in a widespread scheme scheduling concerts they knew would not take place, including the concerts involving plaintiffs that are the subject of this complaint.”

Last year, Gucci Mane’s camp was the subject of intense media scrutiny regarding similar claims from other promoters in a 10-page investigative article by Ozone magazine founder Julia Beverly.

“I am fully aware of the recent allegations which have been made about me and my company Hitt Afta Hitt Entertainment (HAH).  I am a licensed and bonded entertainment booker and have been operating my company successfully for almost a decade,” said Johnnie Cabbell. “During my career, I have booked thousands upon thousands of shows and have worked with various promoters all over the country.  I have maintained an impeccable track record and am operating within the confines of all applicable laws.  I’ve always strived to do the best job I can possibly do and will continue to do that.”

The plaintiffs are seeking over $25,000 in damages.

At press time, a court date has not been set.

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