Tekashi 6ix9ine Has Been Charged With Ripping Off A Concert Livestream Company For $2 Million.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has fallen into yet another legal difficulty. He is still feeling he’s on the verge of making a big comeback. TMZ Hip Hop reported on Friday (April 15) that a concert streaming service is suing the Brooklyn rapper for canceling two booked events.
According to TMZ, Streamusic, has signed 6ix9ine to perform two shows in Hollywood, California in December 2021. The firm intended to stream both concerts live. However, 6ix9ine had other ideas and decided to miss the event entirely.
Tekashi 6ix9ine And Streamusic
Streamusic claimed to have paid Tekashi $150,000 for both performances. Also, the company instructed him to promote them on his Instagram page, according to documents obtained by TMZ Hip Hop. When the firm attempted to convince him to perform the IG ads in early December, the “GUMMO” rapper allegedly stopped responding and eventually did not show up for the concerts.
6ix9ine contacted Streamusic in January to work out a new arrangement and reschedule the two shows. However, the firm claims the rapper vanished once more. They wrote seven different letters to Tekashi, according to Streamusic. Yet, they were all disregarded, and he never took the stage.
Streamusic Sues 6ix9ine
Streamusic is suing 6ix9ine for breach of contract and fraud, as well as $2 million in damages for allegedly bailing on the event many times. 6ix9ine isn’t short on cash, however, as he boasted about his wealth in an Instagram video broadcast on Thursday (April 14) while holding $1.3 million in cash.
Prior to that, 6ix9ine testified before a judge that his career had slowed since his stay in prison and that he was out of money. Wack 100 also stated that 6ix9ine was broke to the point where he needed $20 for gas alone.
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