Faith Evans Sued Over Bad Boy Reunion Show
A Georgia businessman is trying to wreck the Bad Boy Records Family Reunion over his contract with Faith Evans.
Jeremy Hill claims he booked Faith Evans to perform at Wolf Creek Amphitheater in Atlanta on September 10, 2016 before she announced she was hitting the road with Puff Daddy.
Hill had no problems with the record label reunion trek, but he was irked by the fact there was an Atlanta date booked just two days before Faith was set to perform at his gig.
He claims his contract with her made it clear she could not perform within a 100-mile radius of Atlanta within six months of the date, and when he raised the non-compete clause with her management, representatives told him she was backing out of his concert.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, Hill is suing to block Faith from appearing at the Bad Boy Family Reunion show in Atlanta, and he also wants at least $100,000 for cancelling his show.