Chris Brown To Pay ATL Gay Pride Promoters $12,500 For Missed Performance

Good luck getting him to perform in the future.  After catching all sorts of backlash for not appearing at an ATL Gay Pride event Chris Brown and Promoters have finally reached an agreement.

According to TMZ:

Chris Brown and the folks who accused him of bailing on ATL Black Gay Pride Weekend have settled their differences … and all it took was CB forking over $12,500.

According to our sources, a deal really was in place for CB to perform at the September 7 event, but details of the performance never got to Chris.

We’re told the talent agency that booked the gig for Chris believed the event promoters had breached the contract — by using the wrong pic of Chris on posters — so they never told him about the deal, which is why he never showed.

But both sides just want to squash the mix-up — so we’re told Chris’ agency returned the $12,500 deposit. However, the Pride promoters say they haven’t received the dough yet, and they’ll sue if they don’t get it soon.

We're just glad its over.  Hopefully a lesson was learned by all involved.

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