Scheduling some concert dates in Japan, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have to pay up instead of being paid. A Japanese promoter agency has won a lawsuit worth $200,000 on Friday, February 29 after they rap group missed a series of tour dates.
World Mix Entertainment claimed that the three-piece did not attend scheduled shows in Nagoya and Okinawa back in December 2006, causing the shows to be scrapped off and tickets to be refunded. According to reports, the contract was supposed to include providing catering, a box of Philly blunts, one "big sack of marijuana," two cases of Miller Genuine Draft, two bottles of Hennessy, two pepperoni pizzas and other specified items.
Should Bone Thugs-N-Harmony fulfill the contract, they would have received $25,000 per show, $10,000 per photo shoot, and accommodations.