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DMX Sued For $749K, Over Fail Comeback Tour!

DMX is being sued for another $630,000, according to a booking agency which claims X’s legal problems torpedoed a lucrative international comeback tour, and now, it’s suing to get its money back. The booking agency called Heavy Rotation, filed the lawsuit in New York, claiming it struck an exclusive year-long deal with DMX in 2011 to book the rapper’s concerts worldwide.

But according to the lawsuit, DMX was plagued with legal problems: a traffic violation in August, and two nasty child support disputes which led to a lien on the rapper’s passport, preventing him from performing overseas.

According to the suit, HR tried to fix the legal issues, spending nearly a $100K to cover bail, child support, and a slew of other legal bills … hoping it would clear the way for the tour, a task that included lifting the lien on X’s passport.

But HR claims its efforts weren’t enough — because DMX continued to cause problems, hiring outside management that tried to book DMX on shows within the United States … violating X’s agreement with HR. And on top of that, X couldn’t resolve his passport issues, and all concerts had to be canceled.

X’s manager Jason tells a different story: DMX chose to sever all ties with HR after it put the rapper at risk with some unsavory business practices.

Still, HR claims it lost $749,285 on the deal gone bad — and it wants the money back, PRONTO!!


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