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will.i.am Sued For Allegedly Failing To Pay Marketing Company

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Will.i.am has been sued by a marketing company after allegedly failing to meet the agreed payment plan.

The rapper has been sued by a company called Crown and Conquer after being hired by Will.i.am’s company, i.am+, in 2017.

According to legal documentation, they were hired to provide “certain marketing and influencer services,” — a service that supposedly costs $158,243.37 — only a small portion of that has been received from i.am+, that being $20,000.

A monthly payment plan was arranged and allegedly agreed to which should have seen four monthly instalments handed over, but according to Crown and Conquer, Will.i.am and his company “failed to make even the first payment.”

Damages of the entirety of the monies owed plus 10% interest are being requested from the marketing company.

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