(CN) - A Canadian booking agent claims in court that Miami rapper Flo Rida cost it more than $200,000 by pulling out of a 2011 concert tour at the last minute.
The Grammy-nominated hip hop artist backed out of a Canadian concert tour last year on the day before it was set to begin, according to a lawsuit in federal court in Miami.
Spin Artist Agency says it booked Flo Rida, whose real name is Tramar Dillard, for 10 shows scheduled between July 3, 2011 to July, 12 2011.
The Canadian booking agent sued the rapper for breach of contract, claiming it lost more than $200,000 in ticket sales and alcohol revenue.
Florida-based LP Promotions Group and record labels International Music Group/Strongarm and Poe Boy Music Group were also named in the suit.
Spin Artist Agency is represented by Michael Vitale of Baker Hostetler in Orlando, Fla.