Snoop Doogg’s Club Promoter Sued For $115,000

Exchange LA is suing Snoop Dogg’s club promoter for a cool $115,000 after the hip-hop star failed to show up for his June 30 appearance at the L.A. based nightclub. Apparently, Snoop Dogg’s promotion company, Movement Management, accidentally double-booked the star, causing his to miss his Exchange LA performance.


Exchange LA had originally paid Movement Management an advance fee of $15,000 in order to book Snoop Dogg for the night of June 30. Once Snoop showed up and performed, they would pay an additional $10,000 for a total of $25,000. Unfortunately, Snoop Dogg was performing a series of concerts in Europe at the time and was unable to make it.

As you can expect, Exchange LA wasn’t too happy about the mix up by the club promoter. After paying Movement Management $15,000 only to have a no-show for Snoop Dogg, they decided to file a lawsuit against¬†Movement Management in Los Angeles, California for breach of contract and fraud. The club is seeking to recover their $15,000 plus an additional $100,000 for damages caused as Snoop Dogg failing to show on the date specified in the contract.

In other news, Snoop Dogg recently announced that he’s changing his name to “Snoop Lion,” and he’s broandening his horizons by focusing on raggae music.

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