The final verdict on a 2018 Super Bowl lawsuit against Travis Scott has finally been revealed, and it’s not looking good.
Scott was booked for a concert in Minnesota during Super Bowl weekend. But, when he decided not to show, PJAM decided to take the matter to court; Especially since they claimed to have already paid the rapper 150K up front with access to a private jet. But now, in the wake of the longstanding legal battle, “Astroworld” king has been ordered to cough up $382,932.79.
Even though the event company asked for a greater amount than what was granted, Travis’ attorney is trying to look at the bright side. Howard King told TMZ, “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.”
TMZ went on to unveil that a source close to Scott told them the decision was “due to weather and logistics.” However, PJAM wasn’t buying it. They believe he just didn’t want to do the event since he made other appearances on Super Bowl Sunday.