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Young Thug allegedly took the money but skipped out on actually performing, and a Cincinnati promoter is PISSED.

Fliers have been circulating social media to promote an appearance Thugger was said to be making at Roselawn Live, on Reading Rd. this past Saturday, February 17. Admission for entrance into the event ranged between $50 and $75 a pop, but to the dismay of customers and prospective patrons, doling out the money wound up being all for naught. The same weekend of the show, Young Thug flew out to Los Angeles to be present for the NBA All-Star Game festivities.

In the days that have passed since plans fell apart, one of the organizers of the event has been ranting about how he is intent on taking legal action so that he can be compensated for the money he allegedly lost.

“You not gone promote a event for a month or two constantly tagging a artist on Ig and Twitter if the show fake. They would of been said this show is fake,” the accuser wrote – in a post featuring the images of Bank of America statements that he says serve as proof that he and his team fronted Young Thug $40,000. What’s more, the man says that Thugger had already pulled out of a previous date, leaving him to speculate about whether he might do it again leading up to the event.

“I did my part. Young Thug b***h a** put us in a bad position,” he wrote.

via VladTV