Artist Jaquees & ICM Partners Slammed With Major Lawsuit
The internet is buzzing about a lawsuit that was filed in last week against Jacquees and his talent agency, ICM Partners, by Ill Intent Entertainment, the concert promoter. The lawsuit alleges that Jacquees did not meet his contractual obligations to post an event on social media as well as no appears for a scheduled event. Ill Intent is looking to recoup for losses of an investor and a substantial amount of revenue because the agreement was not fulfilled.
Jacquees was to perform on February 25th of this year, at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey. As Per the terms of the contract. In addition Jacquees was also obligated to inform his fans (via Instagram) of the show before December 25th, 2018. Ill Intent paid Jacquees a $7,500 deposit.
Jacquees didn’t publish the contractually specified social-media post, and his promotion team arranged a competing performance (in Philadelphia) on the night that he was to appear at the Starland Ballroom. The Philadelphia show sold out.
Ill Intent alleges that after a back and forth and a new contract with an increased deposit, that Jacquees and his team guaranteed a May 9th performance and a promotional video. The video was not posted within five days, as the new contract stipulated and Ill Intent canceled the concert outright.
Presently, Jacquees is touring and putting the finishing touches on his second studio album, Round II, which is expect to realize sometime this year.