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Shaun White’s Air + Style festival has announced two headline acts.
In what we, for all intents and purposes, will refer to as “the real world,” disputes and arguments start for all manner of reasons. Some are silly, trivial, and quickly resolved, while others are deep-rooted, mean-spirited, and can quickly turn into a longstanding rivalry or animosity between parties. In the music world, things are similar,
Tramar Lacel Dillard, better known as rapper Flo Rida, has enjoyed numerous weeks atop the charts with such lyrically abundant hits like Low, Sweet Spot, Whistle and Club Can’t Handle Me and now a leaked record company memo has revealed the source of this lyrical magic. US website Factmag report they have gotten a hold
Not unlike most Australians, internationally acclaimed DJ and serial complainer Deadmau5 turned on Flo Rida, posting a series of tweets lashing out at the rapper after stumbling across the latest commercial for the Flo Rida endorsed faux-DJ equipment, Beamz. The ad, which you can watch below, features an individual using the new product while wearing
What won’t Flo Rida do for a buck, eh? The I Can’t Believe It rapper is now the face of Beamz, making a commercial for the product that lets wannabe DJs make music via laser light beams, and Deadmau5 has been having a field day at his expense, trolling Flo via Twitter. The 2-minute ad
International man of rapping Flo Rida has won his appeal against a lawsuit from Fat As Butter Festival, with a NSW judge upholding claims that the plaintiff did not use correct avenues to inform the rapper of the legal proceedings. In an unprecedented move, after being left with few options, the festival’s legal reps served
Death Grips, we’re looking at you…
We felt pretty despondent about the future of music after witnessing Flo Rida and Pitbull‘s Can’t Believe It, a tremendously awful song about butts with a tremendously awful video to match (below). But apparently we weren’t as sad as Diplo, who has actually engaged in a Twitter beef about this new contender for Worst Song
At a Court of Appeal hearing today, representatives of US-based rapper Flo Rida challenged a lawsuit filed against him by Fat As Butter promoters Mothership Music regarding his non-appearance at the 2011 iteration of the festival. The NSW District Court had previously ruled in favour of the organisers but now Flo and his legal reps
Flo Rida must have a thing for court cases. Fresh from being forced to repay Fat As Butter organisers over $400,000 for his no-show at last year’s festival, an American court is now suing him for not paying off his massive home security system at his Miami mansion. TMZ reports that the Whistle singer is
Well, well, well. It would appear that the repercussions of simply choosing to not commit to his headlining slot at Fat As Butter last year have come back to bite Flo Rida.
The Flo Rida – Fat As Butter saga has come to an end this week with a court ordering the international rap star and his management to pay festival organisers more than $400,000 for his highly publicised no-show at the Fat As Butter festival last October.
Flo Rida is starting to earn a rep for pulling out of shows last minute for no good reason at all. The most recent account was in Canada where the ‘rapper’ gave just one day’s notification that he was pulling out of the national tour.
American performer Flow Rida could be served via Facebook after failing to make a scheduled appearance at last year’s Fat As Butter festival. As Music Feeds reported at the time, Flo Rida failed to turn up to the festival, forcing promoters to alert fans on the day that he would not be performing as expected.
After last year’s hissy-fit saw Flo Rida bitch out of playing the 2011 Fat As Butter Festival, he has been told that he must pay a substantial amount of money to the organisers.
Fans at the Fat As Butter Festival in Newcastle on the weekend were disappointed when US Rapper, Flo Rida failed to turn up for his scheduled set on the main stage. Promoters had told fans only shortly before he was scheduled to play, and that they were as confused and annoyed about the situation as