A booking agency is suing rapper DMX for having too many legal problems that eventually drained out their money. Heavy Rotation booked DMX for worldwide concerts in 2011 but due to his traffic violation and child support cases, the agency could not clear him for overseas trip.
HR claimed they paid bails, child support and other legal bills for DMX in order to lift the lien on DMX's passport. However, the rapper continued to create problems that made their efforts go in vain. Beside the passport issues, DMX also hired outside management that could get him shows within United States. At the end of the day, all planned concerts had to be canceled.
According to TMZ, HR wants their $749,285 back, the amount that they lost in the deal. DMX's manager Jason denied the allegation, saying it was DMX who cut the deal with HR because the company tried to run "some unsavory business practices."