The NBA YoungBoy is Being Sued by a Woman who Claims She was Thrown Offstage at His Concert

A woman claims she was injured after being thrown offstage at an NBA YoungBoy concert in St. Louis in 2019. Cayden Rutherford filed a lawsuit against the rapper, venue, promoter, and security company on Thursday.

When Rutherford took the stage, NBA YoungBoy, born Kentrell Deshawn Gaulden, was performing at The Ambassador music venue. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, she claimed that someone working the show threw her offstage, and she landed on the concrete floor and a broken cable.

The lawsuit, according to the news outlet, does not specify how or why she got on stage. According to the lawsuit, Rutherford suffered a concussion and injuries to her neck, back, and ankle. It also states that physical pain and mental anguish interfere with her daily life.

Rutherford is suing NBA YoungBoy, the venue, concert promoter Major Entertainment LLC, and security firm Elite Security, Protection & Services LLC for monetary damages. According to the lawsuit, they should have provided more supervision.

The announcement comes just a month after NBA YoungBoy made history by becoming the youngest artist to have 100 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Don’t Try This at Home, his most recent album, was released in April.

He is under house arrest in Salt Lake City on a gun possession charge from 2020. He mentioned plans to convert to Mormonism after the completion earlier this year.


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