Faith Evans in Lawsuit Over Bad Boy Reunion Tour

An Atlanta club promoter is trying to prevent Faith Evans from performing during the Bad Boy Reunion Tour stop in the city.

The singer, who is an integral part of the Bad Boy roster with hits such as Used to Love Me and Soon As I Get Home, is accused of breaching a contract with Jeremy Hill, a Georgia promoter, who claims the tour date conflicts with a pre-scheduled performance to which Evans already agreed.

According to Hill, Evans is scheduled to hit the stage on Sept. 10 at Atlanta’s Wolf Creek Amphitheater and already received $17, 500 for the appearance. The Bad Boy Reunion Tour touches down in the city on Sept. 8.

The issue, you ask? Well, according to TMZ, the lawsuit had a non-compete clause which states the artist can not perform within an 100-mile radius of his concert within six months leading up to the Sept. 10 event. In addition, Hill also claims that Evans’ representatives confirmed that she’s backing out of the show date.

For that, Hill is also seeking $100,000 from the singer.