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Pitbull may be finding himself in legal trouble once again as a canceled show in California has landed the Miami rapper with a lawsuit.

Set to take place in Cudahy, it was reported that El Potrero Night Club was responsible for the suit as they have made allegations that the Latin rapper was a no-show during a concert that took place back in May. 

Legal action was taken by the club when they filed the paperwork in L.A. County Superior Court.

El Potrero is looking to be awarded $80,000 in damages due to the rapper not showing for his scheduled appearance. 

According to the night club, they had paid the rapper in advance with $28,000, but on the day that he was actually set to perform, he ditched out after complaining about the sound equipment for the event. 

The suit states that he left four hours before the show commenced.

This would not be the first time that the rapper has found himself in hot water.  Back in April, during a performance in Aspen, Colorado, a fan tossed money on Pitbull when he was pulled on stage which resulted in Pit knocking the fan out with a right hand to the face. 

In related news, and more of a positive note, the rapper along with T-Pain and Jimmy Buffett were reportedly asked to collaborate to develop a new fight song for the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.