DJ Khaled faces lawsuit over back rent for Miami apartment
DJ Khaled has been sued by his landlord to have him evicted from his Miami apartment, claiming that the disc jockey failed to pay back his rent.
According to the court documents filed in Miami, last September, DJ Khaled rented an apartment from Misci LLC and agreed to cash out two bulk payments of $66,000 for rent. The disc jockey gave his first payment, but the landlord’s lawsuit stated that Khaled failed to make the second payment after re-working the deal to cash out $11,000 upfront and the remaining $55,000 one month later.
Two weeks later, Misci LLC said they gave DJ Khaled three days notice to vacate the apartment, but then he refused. That was when Misci decided to file a lawsuit so they can get their money back — plus attorney’s fees — and have the disc jockey thrown out of the Miami apartment.
As of the moment, Khaled has not responded to the lawsuit of Misci LLC.
DJ Khaled, whose real name is Khaled Bin Abdul Khaled, is a disc jockey, rapper, radio personality, record producer and record label executive. He is a radio host for the Miami-based urban music radio station WEDR and the DJ for the hip hop group “Terror Squad.” Back in 2006, Khaled released his debut album “Listennn… the Album.” He went on to release “We the Best” (2007), “We Global (2008),” “Victory” (2010), “We the Best Forever” (2011), and “Kiss the Ring” (2012). In 2009, Khaled became the president of record label Def Jam South.