The VIPP Report: Rapper The Game is sued by a Louisville promoter over a Kentucky Derby event


The VIPP Report: Celebrities flock to the Derby City the first Saturday in May but one celebrity was a no show after signing an alleged agreement to perform Derby night. Jayceon Taylor, Fifth Amendment Entertainment and Cash Jones are being sued by local promoters, Dream Team Entertainment. Taylor known as “The Game” to his fans is a successful rapper and reality show star. The complaint was filed on October 17th in the U.S. District Court Western District of Kentucky Louisville Division. The complaint says Dream Team is requesting $75,000 in which $35,000 was given to him to secure the engagement. According to the suit Dream Team sent a bank wired transfer of those funds.

The lawsuit goes on in detail about what transpired between the artist, management and the Dream Team. The concert was scheduled for May 4, 2014 and on or around May 2nd, just two days prior to the event Cash Jones who served as The Game’s agent did not like the lineup of the show. He allegedly wanted his client to headline the event. Jones made a decision that The Game would not travel to Louisville and allegedly refused to return the $35,000 deposit.

The VIPP report have been in contact with Dream Team Entertainment and their attorney says they have no comment or statement concerning the pending lawsuit.

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