Justin Bieber is being sued for $650,000 for saying negative things about a concert promoter in Canada on Twitter and canceling his show, a new report claims.
The singer was reportedly to play a show at the Montreal’s Beachclub last August and promote the event on Twitter. The concert promoters, Team Production, say they feared he wasn’t living up to his end of the bargain and wanted to “renegotiate the deal,” according to Variety Latino.
In response Bieber then announced he was not going to perform the show and called out the promoters on Twitter. The post read, “Montreal due to the promoter of today’s event breaking his contract and lying I will not be able to attend today’s event. I’m sorry.”
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That did not sit well apparently with the group who are now suing him for $650,000 for defamation and other damages.