Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott

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Travis Scott has been sued for canceling a scheduled performance two days after Kylie Jenner gave birth to their first child, daughter Stormi Webster.

Promoter PJAM LLC claims that the rapper was paid an advance of $150,000 fee to perform at a Super Bowl Weekend party at Myth Live in Minnesota on February 3. Stormi was born two days prior and Kylie announced her birth on February 4, the day of the Super Bowl. PJAM says that on February 3, Scott "advised" the group that "despite his contractual obligations, he refused to show up for the event."

The organization also claims that Scott's agent received a $10,000 booking fee and had arranged for a private jet to fly the rapper to the venue.

The group also says it paid "significant sums" to "advertise the event, lease a large entertainment venue and to hire a staff of waiters, bartenders and other assistants for the night" and that it suffered "significant damages" and "reputational harm" "based upon its failure to produce a performance" by Scott.

The rapper has not commented on the lawsuit, which does not mention Kylie or their baby.

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