Rapper Rich the KidOrdered to Pay Fashion NovaAfter a judgment in their ongoing case, they were awarded over $130,000
According to The Blast, new legal documents show that the rapper is responsible for $132.637.75 after a retaliatory call. “default judgment”A default was entered against him by the Los Angeles County Courts. A default is when one party fails respond to a lawsuit. This is the most common type of default. In this instance, the amount is broken down into $100,000 in damages and $29,526 interest. There are also $3,111 costs related to the case.
Rich The Kid ordered to pay $132,637 for default judgment
As we reported, the rapper was 28 years old. The fashion company for allegedly violating his contract with a company. This contract consisted of an endorsement deal to promote a brand. The company claims that it signed a contract in 2018 with Rich The Kid, adding him to their long list of celebrity ambassadors. Fashion Nova claims that it paid the ‘Breakin’ U Off’ rapper a $100,000 advance in order to sign him. The lawsuit claims that the advance was used for promotions such as mentioning the company on social networks and giving credit to them in one song.
Rich The Kid attacked the company after a lawsuit was filed. “S–t is crazy mothaf—s tryna sue a n—- left and right.” Adding, “It’s time for us to promote ownership, not that slave s—.”
This isn’t the first time RTK has been in this situation. The rapper’s former manager He was sued for $3.5 MillionThe rapper claimed that he had violated the terms and conditions of his contract. The company obtained a default judgment against him and he was ordered by them to pay $1.1 Million.
Fashion Nova Claims That The Rapper Has Breached His Agreement With The Company
It’s unclear what is going on with Rich The Kid, or why he isn’t fighting this lawsuit, but it appears he is doing just fine.
After dropping a music video, the famous musician has made headlines for weeks. Lil’ WayneFor their record, ‘Trust Fund.’
The video is set in an indoor skate park where animated and non-animated versions of the rappers drop bars in front of a luxury vehicle while skateboarders zoom past. “Coach, put me in the game, I’ve been balling, I was countin’ up the hundreds ’til the morning,” The duo raps.