Some months ago, the “No More Drama” R&B sensation, Mary J. Blige experienced a whirlwind of tax and debt issues. Today, Blige is having a first-class financial war with entertainment company, Vision Entertainment Worldwide, according to TMZ.
The R&B superstar and nine-time Grammy winner is firing back at Vision Entertainment Worldwide for suing Blige, for bailing out on a concert the entertainment company booked with her.
The “Real Love” singer was a “no-show” at a concert that was supposed to take place last December. The entertainment company is suing Blige for $145,000, the amount considered as Blige’s advancement.
Blige has the money, and refuses to give back the funds, stating if anything Vision Entertainment Worldwide allegedly were the ones who breached their contract.
According to TMZ, the entertainment company failed to honor Blige and her crew the royal treatment she deserves. VEW failed to provide Blige first-class air travel.
Supposedly, an entertainment artist of her stature should not fly coach, and Blige will not give her advancement back, and on top of it, is demanding the company pay her back the balance of the deal, which is $105,000.
The Bronx-born recording artist, who just recently fixed another financial set-back with TD Bank, will see $200,000 dollars shaved off from her charitable foundation’s debt.
This was another financial drama Blige and her Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now settled. But don’t know if this settlement that saves Blige some money, will help settle her current issues with Vision Entertainment Worldwide.