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Wiz Khalifa can’t win them all. A $1 million lawsuit the Pittsburgh rapper filed against a concert promoter has been dismissed.

TMZ reports:

Wiz Khalifa sued for $1 mil bucks over a cancelled concert … and that would have bought him 100,000 joints … which would have been AWESOME … except for the fact that he got thrown out of court.

TMZ broke the story … Wiz sued It’s My Party, Inc. — a concert promotion company – for cancelling his gig at George Mason University. Wiz claimed he was promised $85k plus a cut of the profits, BUT he sued for $1 million claiming the botched show severely damaged his reputation.

It’s My Party fired back … the deal was never real since Wiz never signed on the dotted line.

A judge agreed — No contract = no deal.

The Taylor Gang rapper recently told Esquire magazine that he is learning to sue people. “Right now, I’m learning to sue people and get my money,” he told the publication. “After talking to people who work for Donald Trump — smart, successful people — I’ve realized I gotta go after all that. That’s what I’m going to do that I didn’t last year.”

Consider this a lesson learned. Wiz shouldn’t be hurting for cash, though. This summer he will be setting off on the 2013 “Under The Influence of Music” tour with A$AP Rocky.

Photo: Esquire/Ture Lillegraven