Spice has been served notice by the legal team for the promoter of the popular Caribbean franchise, Chug It, after she previously alleged that the promoters had scammed her fans of money since she was not there to perform for an event last week.
According to Spice in several live videos on her Instagram account, her fans claimed that the promoters announced that the dancehall veteran would be performing, leading to many of them buying cabanas and VIP tickets to get close to the Queen of Dancehall. However, the “So Mi Like It” deejay’s fans claim that her performance was set for 9 PM, which was actually the time that the party was set to be closed.
Spice, on the other hand, claimed that there were many issues with getting her tickets for her and the team and that she was at the hotel at the time agreed. The promoters later said that she was paid in full but failed to show up, a statement that Spice has challenged and shared screenshots.
On Monday, promoter, and owner Andrew “French” Wright circulated a letter that was issued to Spice, whose real name is Grace Hamilton, for her breach of contract and a “no-show” at the event held on September 5, Miami, Florida.
The letter is demanding that Spice not only repay all monies she allegedly collected by September 15, but also issue a public apology for her “offensive and baseless Instagram posts” and remove said material from her social media accounts.
Chug It is being represented by prominent Attorney-at-Law…