The production company Phantom Labs has filed a lawsuit against her Kanye West More than $7.1 million in unpaid concert costs.
TMZ Reports indicate that Phantom Labs says it worked with Ye on multiple projects between June 2021 and March 2022, including a listening event for Donda 2 And the View his “Free Larry Hoover” benefits with drake. The company also worked on four of his Sunday Service parties and did pre-production for what he would have performed at Coachella for 2022, though he’s pulled out. Despite initially receiving payments, Phantom Labs accuses Ye and his team of hitting them together.
During the time the company worked with Kanye, she claims to have collected a $6 million bill that West has yet to pay. Shortly after his Coachella appearance was canceled just two weeks before the festival began, the company was billed an additional $1.1 million in cancellation fees. Phantom Labs is suing the multi-functional company for breach of contract and is seeking $7.1 million in unpaid damages plus unspecified damages.
Complex has reached out to Kanye’s representatives for comment. Neither he nor his team has responded publicly to the lawsuit, but it’s no secret that his concerts and events over the past year have largely come together at the last minute. For example, the “Free Larry Hoover” concert was produced in less than three weeks. In an interview with Complex last December, founder and creative director of Phantom Labs Gabe Fraponi said: The show was “evolving” all the way up until the night it happened. Yeezy listening events for both Donda And its sequel was produced under strict deadlines, too.
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