Travis Scott is the target of a new lawsuit claiming that he bailed on a performance just days after he and Kylie Jenner welcomed their newborn daughter Stormi, according to TMZ.

The concert was set to take place on Feb. 3 at Myth Nightclub in Minnesota, the night before the Super Bowl (Stormi was born Feb. 1). An events company named PJAM reportedly paid Scott $150,000 upfront for the gig, plus an additional $10,000 fee for his booking agent. They also claim to have arranged a private jet for his transportation and shelled out additional costs for promoting the event. Unfortunately, Scott canceled just hours before the performance, citing weather and the complicated logistics with the location of the jet landing.

It turns out that Scott had two gigs that night. The original plan was to perform in Minnesota at 10:30 p.m. and then take a jet out to Vegas for a 1:30 a.m. show at Marquee Nightclub in The Cosmopolitan. He ended up making the Vegas show. Sources close to the situation told TMZ that PJAM wants Travis to return the advance he was paid since he "refused to show up to the event." 

It's not clear whether or not PJAM is accusing Travis of dropping out of the gig to spend more time with his baby girl, but their claim insists he has yet to pay back the $150,000 advance. The company also wants to recoup damages, saying his no-show damaged their reputation.