HBCU Said Artist Took Deposit But Pulled A No Show
PnB Rock took the money and ran out on a performance at a historically black college’s homecoming, and now the school said it wants its money back stat.
Hampton University and promotions company Well nVested recently sent a letter to the hip hop artist demanding a refund of their $7,500 deposit after PnB allegedly breached their contract by not turning up to the October 2017 show.
Hampton said that PnB Rock said that he’d refund the money back in October 2017, but he never did, and now university officials told PnB that if they didn’t get the deposit back ASAP, they would consider taking legal action.
“Well nVested and Hampton University are considering all of its options and remedies under the contract for the reference to parents that was not upheld and Hampton University are considering all of its options and remedies under the contract for the reference to parents that was not upheld,” the university’s angry letter to PnB, which was obtained by
It was not clear Friday whether PnB has since returned the deposit. We’ve reached out to Hampton University and PnB for comment.