Rick Ross subject to another lawsuit after London gig cancellation

The rapper pulled out of a gig at Wembley Arena on September 12

Rick Ross is reportedly facing a lawsuit after pulling out of his scheduled London gig last month (September 12).

Ross was sharing a bill with fellow MMG members Meek Mill, Wale, Omarion and Stalley in the capital’s Wembley Arena on September 12. According to reports, he pulled out of the show with plans to reschedule the gig at a later date but this has failed to work out. TMZ claim the show’s promoter is now seeking the alleged sizeable advances the rapper’s were given in advance of the gig, plus other other non-refundable expenses such as travel that had already been paid for.

Rick Ross was said to have received an advance of $100,000 (£62,000) for the show, Meek Mill $40,000 (£25,000), Wale $35,000 (£22,000), Omarion $12,000 (£7,500) and Stalley $5,500 (£3,400). The promoter also fronted $93,281.26 (£57,909.94) for flights and other expenses.

Earlier this year, Ross’ Maybach Music Group was reportedly sued for failing to pay a hefty bill to Rolex watches.