AceShowbiz - Saucy Santana has been accused of being a no-show for his Memphis Pride event. A representative for One Memphis One Vision claimed the "Material Girl" rapper didn't show up at the show despite being paid $25,000, but the emcee denied that he got full payment.
The representative for OMOV brought up the claim by telling TMZ Hip Hop, adding that they want their money back. Santana's team, however, told the outlet that "One Memphis' account of the event is completely fabricated and claim they have receipts of their own."
Santana's team said he only got half of the deposit before the show instead of $25,000. Of the reason behind his absence, the rapper reportedly missed his flight. Still, he allegedly offered to still come and even promised the venue to extend the event or even have him perform at an after-party for a lower rate he used to get.
Unfortunately, those plans have been scrapped due to some reason and now OMOV "attempted to paint him as the bad guy."
The report arrived just a few days after Santana dropped "Whole Family" ft. Flo Milli. He also treated fans to the track's official music video, which shows him and his collaborator dancing and rapping in a salon.
"B***h, you a (Ho)/ Yo' mammy a (Ho), yo' granny a (Ho)// Yo' whole family full of (H*es)," Santana raps in the chorus. "B***h, you did yo' toes/ Rockin' them hand-me-down clothes/ Lil' slut, you po'/ I get a hundred for show and put p***n yo' n***a nose."
"Whole Family" is Santana's second new single and video to be released in 2023. In March, he dropped "1-800-Bad-Bxtch". He also appeared alongside Jucee Froot on IDK's single "Pinot Noir" in April.