Brandy is such a hot mess—she’s always getting herself into trouble. According to Popeater, the singer is being sued for $6 million for failing to perform.
The man who filed the suit is Marc Mysterio, a house music DJ who claims she breached their contract.
According to the suit, Brandy had agreed to put two 16-bar verses on the lead single from Mysterio's forthcoming debut album, Redemption.
But instead of following through, her manager Ryan Ramsey told Mysterio, “Yo Marc, listen, we just had a meeting with Universal and we tryin' to wrap up her new album deal with them and we have an issue now cuz we went over all the features she had lined up and they won't sign the deal with us if she follows through on your song cause they don't want her rapping over a dance record since they weren't happy with how her Bran'Nu tracks on Timbaland's album went down, so we gotta back out on this one.”
Mysterio and his Stockholm-based managers are now seeking between $1 and $6 million for various damages, including loss of income, damage to reputation and inability to replace her with equal or better talent.
Mysterio's attorney, Laurence Clarke said in a statement, "They had a contract, it's quite clear what the arrangement and terms were, and they were supposed to provide [vocals]. Marc and his colleagues made all these arrangements for international commercialization. We're trying to contrast the profits now against if she would've actually performed on the record as she was supposed to -- that's why you have contracts."
Hey at least $6 million is better than that $50 million wrongful death lawsuit that Brany somehow got herself out of in 2007!