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Omarion Sues Zeus Network For $200,000 Over B2K Concert Special Deal

By Ryan Naumann

Omarion accuses the Zeus Network of screwing him out of money after he allowed them to air B2K concert specials.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the singer’s company Omarion Worldwide is suing Zeus Network and its founder Lemuel Plummer. The lawsuit accuses the defendants of breach of contract, fraud, and various other claims.

Zeus is a subscription-based video streaming service launched in 2018. Blac Chyna helped launch the network with her own reality show. The company has since premiered numerous reality shows including an upcoming series with Draya Michele.


Back in February, Omarion Worldwide and Zeus announced they partnered to release “The Millennium Tour Live Concert Featuring B2k.” At the time, Lemuel Plummer said, “We are excited to work with Omarion to bring original content, music and entertainment to Zeus.”

Looks like things didn’t work out too well. In the lawsuit, Omarion says Zeus failed to follow the terms of their deal and screwed him out of money.

Per their agreement, Zeus was to provide financial support for the project, “share all subscriber data, and pay Plaintiff a set amount of every monthly subscription fee earned by Zeus for subscribers drawn to Zeus primarily by Plaintiff and/or the Content (a Monthly Revenue Share).”


Omarion says, “The Defendants almost immediately began engaging in conduct which breached the Agreement and showed that the Defendants had never intended to honor the Agreement. During negotiations, the Defendants made the below statements to Plaintiff for the express purpose of inducing Plaintiff to sign the Agreement. All of these statements were fraudulent and the Defendants never had any intention of honoring them as evidenced by their immediate breach and refusal to follow the Agreements terms after Zeus received the Content it desired.”

The suit accuses the network of providing “altered subscriber reports” meant to “deprive” Omarion of his compensation owed. He says the company failed to spend money on promoting the project and instead relied on him to promote it.

Omarion is suing for at least $200,000 in damages.

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