Lil Wayne Settles Lawsuit With Red City Entertainment

Lil Wayne Settles Lawsuit With Red City Entertainment
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Red City Entertainment- a promotion company that was suing Lil’ Wayne for $432,000- has settled their lawsuit with the rapper outside of court!

The promotion company alleged that the rapper ruined their 2009 concert by getting extremely drunk the night before, and missing his scheduled performance.

Wayne claimed that he was sure the concert was cancelled … though he couldn’t quite remember the reason why– most likely because he was extremely drunk…

According to legal documents filed in New York, Wayne and Red City struck a deal outside the courtroom–and the case was dismissed on January 8th!

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

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