DMX and his management team have responded to the lawsuit filed by booking agent Heavy Rotation.
As we previously reported, X is being sued for $630,000 by HR for a failed international tour. The company claims DMX's continued legal problems prevented the tour from happening leaving them with financial losses in excess of $740,000.
Domenick Nati, publicist for DMX, told AllHipHop that the lawsuit has no merit. He also says DMX is moving forward with his comeback tour without them.
“I would like to make clear that DMX’s management team is facing legal issues only with Heavy Rotation Booking. HR Booking is a previous promoter who DMX and his management have terminated their agreement with,” Nati said. “The ‘DMX Undisputed Comeback Tour 2012′ is a completely separate tour than the one with HR Booking.”
DMX's management said they terminated their deal with HR because the company sent falsified passport documents to promoters overseas in order to book the tour dates.
AllHipHop reports that Heavy Rotation hasn't responded to the allegations against them.