Down Under: Flo Rida Gets Served Court Papers On His Facebook For A 55K No Show In Australia


Last month Fat as Butter Music Festival promoters won the right to freeze Flo-Rida’s Australian assets after he bailed on a concert but kept his $55,000.00 fee. And while the promoters may have won the right to get their money back, trying to serve the Miami rapper his papers has apparently been the real challenge. 

After failed attempts to serve Flo with legal documents concerning the case, Fat as Butter promoters got permission from a judge to serve the rapper on his active Facebook page.

“We tried to serve him physically on several occasions when he was out here but he got wise to it pretty quickly. We couldn’t get near him in the end because he was constantly surrounded by an entourage and security, so we looked into ways of serving him via Facebook because he’s very active on social media.”

“We’ve painted him into a corner. Now we’re confident the matter is coming to a close. All we’ve ever wanted is an explanation and our money back and an apology.”

Flo-Rida has 28 days to respond.