When he thought that he would make a solid comeback, 6ix9ine is now into another legal problem. The rapper was in court on April 15. TMZ Hip Hop announced that a streaming service for concerts was suing 6ix9ine, Brooklyn artist for bailing out of two events scheduled for the weekend. In this lawsuit, 6ix9ine is being sued for 2 million.
Based on the information provided by TMZ, Streamusic — an organization streaming live shows using an app. They called 6ix9ine for two shows in December 2021 in Hollywood, California. The company had planned to stream both shows live.
However, 6ix9ine had other plans when he chose not to attend the entire thing.
In documents obtained through TMZ Hip Hop, Streamusic claimed that it would pay Tekashi $150,000 for both performances and requested him to advertise the event via his Instagram page.
However, at the beginning of December, it was reported that the “GUMMO” rapper allegedly stopped responding to the company after they tried to persuade him to take part in the IG promos and then not be present at the performances.
6ix9ine approached Streamusic in January to discuss an arrangement and reschedule the two events. However, the company claimed that the rapper was ghost-like again. Streammusic claims they wrote seven messages to Tekashi. However, they were all ignored, and he was never on the stage.
6ix9ine Flexing All His Cash
As 6ix9ine has allegedly failed to repeatedly show up for the situation, Streamusic is suing him for breach of contract and fraud. They are seeking $2 million to let him end the contract. It’s not as if 6ix9ine isn’t rich or anything. He uploaded his Instagram selfie on April 14th, boasting about how wealthy he is. He also had $1.3 million in cash.
“THE REAL KING OF NEW YORK! “!” 6ix9ine said in his caption to an IG post. “I’M BACK!! ASK THEM POST THERE HOUSE THEY CARS THEY BANK ACCOUNT.YOU DONT LIVE LIKE THIS I OWN EVERYTHING YOU GUYS LEASE!! I TOOK OFF RAP 2 YEARS!! I COULD DO THAT YALL CANT!! THE REAL KING OF NEW YORK! !”
Before that, in court, 6ix9ine admitted to the judge his career had been stagnant following his time in prison. Also, he admitted to being low on cash. Wack 100 also claimed that 6ix9ine was so broke that he needed $20 to pay for gas. Being sued, could cause big problems for 6ix9ine in the near future.