The tables have turned as Future is being asked "where ya ass was at" by a promoter who is suing the Atlanta rhymer for being a no-show at a Louisiana gig he paid him for.

The promoter, Robert Callier, claims that he hired Future for a show in August 2014 but the "Rich $ex" rapper never took the stage -- causing him to lose out on more than $150,000 from profits and the advance.

Future's pay per show has already been reported to be $150,000 and according to Callier, he already paid $15,000 towards the lump sum. But like everything, there's always two sides to the story.

According to TMZ, sources told them that Future did get up on stage to perform but was pulled off after one song when the money wasn't adding up.

With the commas in the wrong place, the 32-year-old rhymer may be not be liable for backing out of the contract but only the judge can decide.

Either way, Future has been on a steady rise with several successful mixtapes under his belt including the collaboration with Drake, What a Time to Be Alive. His album, DS2, has also made impressive strides as he teases the second installment of his popular mixtape, Monster, due out soon.

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