A dog clothing line has a few bones to pick with rapper DMX.
Boomer 129, owned by Amusing Diversions Inc., is trying to prevent rapper DMX from performing at a nightclub until he pays them $200,000.
The rapper was ordered to pay Amusing Diversions Inc. $281,545 in 2007 after failing to to promote the company’s line of dog clothing.
The clothing line includes dog caps, raincoats, and “bomber” jackets.
Amusing Diversions claims the rapper allegedly still owes them over $200,000, plus interest.
Now they’re going after the Webster Hall nightclub to get paid, according to a lawsuit filed on Monday in Manhattan. The company wants the New York Supreme Court to prevent the venue from paying DMX for his upcoming August 10 performance until he pays off the remainder of his 2007 debt.
Amusing Diversions claims the nightclub owner Webster Hall Entertainment Corp. hasn’t responded to a subpoena seeking information about the rapper, and says the nightclub is in contempt of court and should be ordered to turn over any money they planned to pay DMX.
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