Rick Ross didn't tweet/gram about their party enough.
Promotional group Conexts is suing Rick Ross for $55,000 plus damages for not sufficiently promoting their Super Bowl party, per their agreement.
The group planned to throw a party on January 30 at the Scottsdale Mall Amphitheater. According to TMZ, Ross was supposed to post daily on social media about the event for two weeks but only posted once (see his post below), and the event was cancelled due to meager ticket sales.
Rick got paid $55,000 upfront and was slated to receive an additional $55,000 after the party. Given that one promotional tweet from Lebron James' account is worth $140,000, they may have been underpaying him. But they're coming for that money regardless.