Travis Scott’s may feel a bit lighter in account and pocket after a jury just awarded the company suing him for skipping a Super Bowl gig. A jury have decided that Scott has to pay the entertainment events company PJAM $382,932.79 after it sued the rapper back in March 2018 claiming Travis skipped out on a concert in Minnesota the night before the Super Bowl.
Travis attorney, Howard King, said that, “The jury verdict of $383k is disappointing, but far less than the seven figure demands made by the promoters. We believe the verdict will be substantially reduced or overturned in subsequent proceedings.”
As was previously reported, PJAM claimed it paid Travis $150k up front and provided him with a private jet but then, hours before the show, he backed out.
A close source to Travis confirm at the time it was due to weather and logistics, but according to the lawsuit. PJAM says Scott “refused to show up to the event.” Travis did, however, make other scheduled appearances on Super Bowl Sunday. Kylie gave birth to Stormi a couple of days before on February 1.
PJAM’s attorney, Stephen Tomasulo, agreed that him and his client felt vindicated by the verdic
Travis just finished his big successful Astroworld Tour, which hit 55 stops and made millions of bucks, so it seems like this is worth nothing after all.