Travis Scott ordered to pay promoter $383K for concert no-show

Travis Scott is going to have to pay up.

A jury has ruled that “Sicko Mode” rapper, 27, has to pay concert promoter PJAM $382,932.79 after he failed to perform at a scheduled show in February 2018, reports TMZ.

The Minnesota-based PJAM sued Scott last March, claiming he failed to show at a 2018 Super Bowl weekend event even though they paid him $150,000 up front.

Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend countersued the company the next month, claiming he didn’t perform because they failed to properly secure travel for him to get to Las Vegas for a previously scheduled event later that night.

Despite the jury ruling in favor of PJAM, Scott’s attorney, Howard King, told TMZ he believed the verdict would be overturned.

“The jury verdict of [$382,932.79] is disappointing but far less than the seven-figure demands made by the promoters,” he told the website. “We believe the verdict will be substantially reduced or overturned in subsequent proceedings.”

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