Published Apr 25, 2013The last month has seen rapper Rick Ross lose his Reebok sponsorship after dropping some controversy-stirring lyrics on Rocko's "U.O.E.N.O.," but even more money-trouble is facing the MMG founder, as he's been sued by a booking company over unpaid commissions.
TMZ reports that a lawsuit was filed against Ross in Miami federal court this week by Florida agency Total Access Talent. The suit alleges that while the company had partnered up with Ross since 2004, the relationship has since gone sour.
The alleged infraction was over a series of dates booked for a month's worth of dates last November, and Total Access Talent claim the rapper didn't pay them the 10 percent commission for arranging the shows.
All told, Total Access Talent says Ross owes upwards of $171,000 for its work. Ross has yet to comment on the matter.