R. Kelly is seeking legal action claiming that the company breached its contract for a concert he performed there.
According to reports, R. Kelly is suing the company that manages the Macon Coliseum, claiming that the company breached its contract for a concert he performed there.
But the venue’s general manager said in a statement to The Telegraph that it has fulfilled its financial obligations. Documents show that the contract was with a promoter and not Kelly.
The R&B star’s lawsuit seeks $100,000 plus other damages from Spectra Venue Management and its parent company, Comcast Spectacor, related to the Feb. 12 concert. RSK Enterprises, R. Kelly’s management company, says Spectra failed to pay the musician the full amount owed for the performance that was part of his “The After Party Tour.”
Macon-Bibb County hired Philadelphia-based Spectra in 2016 to manage the Macon Coliseum and the City Auditorium.
The lawsuit said R. Kelly received a deposit before the concert, but a required second payment of $100,000 was never made…….