Rapper Snoop Dogg is the subject of a new lawsuit and he may have no idea about it. A management team claiming to represent Snoop Dogg is being sued because they booked the “Murder Was The Case” rhymer for a nightclub appearance he never showed up to.

According to legal documents, a Los Angeles nightclub known as Exchange L.A. against Movement Management company, alleging Movement Management promised they could book Snoop Dogg to appear at the club.  Movement charged the club $25,000 for their services. Exchange L.A. paid the management team $15,000 upfront to lock Snoop’s appearance down. A few days after the check cleared, Exchange L.A. claims Movement Management told them Snoop was double booked and canceled his club appearance. Snoop was actually in Europe during the whole deal.

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Exchange L.A. asked for their money back has yet to receive it, although it’s been months since the failed appearance. Exchange has filed a suit against the management team citing breach of contract and fraud. They are seeking the $15,000 they initially paid. On top of that, Exchange is looking for the judge to award them $100,000 in punitive damages. The Movement Management team has yet to respond to the lawsuit and Snoop Dogg’s real reps have not commented on the situation.



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