Chris Brown has settled the dispute over his no-show at a gay pride performance in Atlanta, Georgia, earlier this month (Sep15) by reportedly returning his deposit to event promoters.
The rapper/singer was due to perform at the ATL Black Gay Pride Weekend on 7 September (15), but failed to show up. Bosses of a talent agency who booked Brown for the gig claimed the event promoters had breached the contract by using the wrong image of the star on posters, TMZ.com reports.
The agency allegedly didn't tell Brown about the event because of the image dispute, which resulted in him not attending.
The $12,500 deposit has now been returned to the event promoters to end the dispute, according to Brown's talent agency.