Flo Rida has been hit with a $200,000 lawsuit in connection with a string of "wrongfully cancelled" tour dates in Canada, TMZ.com reports.

The "Right Round" rapper allegedly contracted with the Spin Artist Agency to play 10 shows in July 2011, but he never made the trip north, leaving Canadian fans -- and more importantly, the booking company -- in the lurch.

As per the suit, Flo, whose real name is Tramar Dillard, scrapped the dates the day before they were to begin, causing huge losses in ticket and alcohol sales.

As far as legal matters are concerned, this hasn't been a great summer for Flo Rida. Last month, he was fined $7,000 by a Florida judge for lying about his slow response time to paperwork stemming from another lawsuit -- this one filed by a former employee who claims she was fired after complaining about shoddy wages.

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