wayne-2.jpgTwo Tampa Bay, Fla.–based promotional companies who say Lil Wayne missed a scheduled concert appearance at a local nightclub, costing them as much as $200,000 in lost revenue, have hit the New Orleans rapper with a lawsuit. According to the Associated Press, although Wayne returned a $15,000 deposit he had received for the performance, Nunoise Entertainment and Jahfari Promotions are seeking $45,000 in actual damages. The lawsuit, filed on Friday (Jan. 19) in Miami-Dade County Circuit Court, also claims that Wayne was obligated to schedule a makeup show in the Tampa area but has so far failed to do so. “He admitted he missed a date, and he was supposed to make it up,” said Marlowe Blake, attorney for the promoters of Wayne. “It’s a simple breach of contract type of matter.”