Saucy Santana, the “Material Girl” rapper, is facing potential legal action and demands for a refund after failing to show up for his scheduled performance at the Memphis Pride event, Your Content has learned.
Event organizers, One Memphis One Vision (OMOV), paid Saucy Santana an advance of $25,000 for the performance, but now they want the full amount returned, even if it means in installments.
According to OMOV, Saucy Santana had been booked for the event and even promoted it on Instagram.
However, he missed the performance due to a flight delay.
The organization claims that despite his absence, Saucy’s team paraded around in a personal vehicle, which OMOV had to arrange at great expense, as Saucy refused to use Uber Black.
The organization provided all the requested items, but it came at a significant cost.
The primary goal of the event was to encourage HIV/AIDS testing, but fans left disappointed when they realized Saucy Santana was a no-show.
OMOV, a nonprofit that advocates for youth battling HIV/AIDS, feels that Saucy’s absence displayed a lack of respect for their cause.
If a refund is not issued promptly, OMOV is prepared to take legal action against Saucy Santana.
Attempts to reach out to Saucy’s team for comment have been met with silence thus far, according to TMZ.