Travis Scott Sued for Canceling Show Days After Welcoming Daughter Stormi with Kylie Jenner

Travis Scott has been sued for subsidy out of a unison days after welcoming daughter Stormi with partner Kylie Jenner.

In a lawsuit filed by entertainment events association PJAM on Mar 20 and obtained by The Blast on Wednesday, Scott — innate Jacques Webster — was contractually scheduled to perform during Myth Live nightclub nearby Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Feb. 3, one day before Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4.

The suits states that on a day of, “despite his contractual obligations, [Scott] refused to uncover adult for a event.”

The pre-scheduled uncover came dual days after Jenner, 20, gave birth to Stormi on Feb. 1.

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott

According to a documents, a rapper, 25, sealed a agreement Jan. 24 and was paid $150,000 in allege — that he allegedly hasn’t paid behind — and his engagement deputy was also paid $10,000. In addition, a private jet was organised for Scott’s transport accommodations. The agreement states Scott was guaranteed $200,000 in total.

“As a outcome of this breach, [PJAM] suffered poignant indemnification including a sums paid to XX Global [the authorised deputy and deputy of Scott] and [Scott] and their engagement agent, a sums paid to arrange Webster’s travel, a sum’s paid to publicize a event, franchise a venue and sinecure staff, and a mislaid increase [PJAM] would have satisfied on this event,” a fit states.

The association is claiming to have suffered “reputational harm” due to Scott’s deficiency and has requested a jury trial. They are seeking for damages, coverage of attorney’s fees and prejudgment interest.

A repute for Scott did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s ask for comment.