Faith Evans is facing a $100,000 lawsuit from a concert promoter in Atlanta after pulling out of a show to perform at the P. Diddy Bad Boy Family Reunion tour. Georgia businessman Jeremy Hill claims he booked the songstress to perform at Atlanta's Wolf Creek Amphitheater on 10 September, before she accepted the reunion tour gig, which takes place on 8 September.

According to documents obtained by TMZ, Hill has already paid the 43-year-old singer $17,500 (£13,131) for the performance. In the lawsuit, he alleges that the contract she signed prevents the singer from performing within a 100-mile radius of the venue for six months. The Bad Boy tour violates her non-compete agreement.

He now wants the courts to block Evans appearance with the Bad Boy family.

On a positive note, the Bad Boy Family Reunion tour surprisingly brought Evans and Lil Kim together after the pair shocked fans by officially ending their 20-year feud. On a recent video, which Evans posted on her Instagram account (18 May), Kim is rapping over her 1995 hit Get Money.

The pair have been long-standing love rivals because of their love interest Biggie Smalls, who passed away on 2 March, 1997. Evans, who was married to the rapper at the time allegedly caught Biggie in bed with Lil Kim. Both Evans and Kim have not been seen together since.


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