Mariah Carey Sued After Blaming “Promoter Negligence” For Her Canceled Shows
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Mariah Carey Sued After Blaming “Promoter Negligence” For Her Canceled Shows

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Mariah Carey is putting her South American tour on hold.

The singer canceled her upcoming shows in Chile, Argentina, and Brazil due to “promoter negligence.”

However, the promoter — Fenix — claims they did nothing wrong!

According to E! News, the pop diva revealed she would no longer be going to South America on Tuesday, January 16.

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“Devastated my shows in Chile, Argentina & Brazil had to be cancelled,” the mother of two tweeted.

“My fans deserve better than how some of these promoters treated them.”

She also released a statement to her fans.

"To all of my lambs in South America, I am devastated that a portion of this tour had to be cancelled," she shared.

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“Thank you for all of the excitement and love — I hope to see you soon, my darlings!"

The 47-year-old’s team initially sued Fenix because she claimed they did not pay her for the shows and damaged her brand.

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However, according to Fenix — who has since countersued — they paid her the agreed upon 75 percent.

According to TMZ, Fenix believes the real reason the “Hero” songstress canceled her tour is because of low ticket sales.

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Fenix also believes Mariah “defamed them” when she tweeted negatively about the company.

In fact, the company is suing for $3M.

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