Trina, who just released her new mixtape Back 2 Business, has been sued for $50 million over allegedly refusing to appear as a judge for the event called America’s Next Top Rapper.
According to Hip-HopDX, Omnipresent Media and Lawrence “Amar” Wright are responsible for filing the suit that says the Miami rapstress and her management refused to send promotional videos for organizers. They also demanded more money.
Trina agreed to judge the online competition where rappers would compete for a $20,000 prize, a distribution deal with Universal and a production team. When she decided to not appear, Omipresent, which hosted the competition, says audience members became “unruly” and “heckled competition participants.”
The suits says the promoters are looking to claim $50 million in damages.