Travis Scott sued for canceling shows after Kylie Jenner gave birth to Stormi

Travis Scott is facing a lawsuit after bailing on a pre-Super Bowl concert to be with his newborn daughter.

PJAM Entertainment sued the rapper — whose real name is Jacques Webster — for canceling a Minneapolis concert scheduled for Feb. 3, according to documents obtained by The Blast.

Scott, 25, and Kylie Jenner’s daughter, Stormi, was born on Feb. 1.

Scott reportedly signed his contract for the performance on Jan. 24 and was slated to receive $200,000. $150,000 was paid in advance and he has allegedly not paid back to PJAM. The rapper’s booking agent took home $10,000; a private jet was also acquired for his travel accommodations.

“Despite his contractual obligations, [Scott] refused to show up for the event,” PJAM claims in the paperwork. “As a result of this breach, [PJAM] suffered significant damages including the sums paid to XX Global [Scott’s agent] and [Scott] and their booking agent, the sums paid to arrange Webster’s travel, the sum’s paid to advertise the event, lease the venue and hire staff, and the lost profits [PJAM] would have realized on this event … [PJAM also paid] significant sums … to advertise the event, lease a large entertainment venue and to hire a staff of waiters, bartenders and other assistants for the night.”

PJAM is seeking their $150,000 back from Scott, as well as attorney’s fees, prejudgment interest and alleged “reputational damages” the company claims to have suffered as a result of his cancellation.

A rep for Scott did not immediately return a request for comment.

This story originally appeared in the New York Post.