Tekashi 6ix9ine is again on-line from his social media hiatus, and everyone seems to be taking discover, together with a streaming firm making an attempt to recuperate cash resulting from his alleged misconduct. In keeping with TMZ, the rapper has been hit with one other lawsuit. Streamusic, an software that streams dwell exhibits, has sued the rapper for $2 million after they alleged that he didn’t present as much as two exhibits in Hollywood, CA.
Courtroom paperwork state Streamusic paid 6ix9ine $150,000 to carry out and promote the exhibits to his 20+ million followers on Instagram. The corporate says 6ix9ine went silent in early December 2021 once they adopted up with him about selling the present, which by no means occurred. Streamusic apparently tried to work issues out with 6ix9ine in January with a brand new deal and rescheduled the live shows for a later date that month. Nevertheless, that by no means occurred.
The corporate continued to comply with up with the rapper however claims he went lacking and ignored seven letters despatched to him to get him to satisfy the contract and carry out. Whereas 6ix9ine’s return to social media continues to be a subject of dialog, folks aren’t over how he flexed giant quantities of cash on Instagram yesterday.
In the event you recall, in March, he revealed to the decide presiding over his lawsuit involving a 2018 theft that he’s going broke, has no file deal, and is struggling to take care of his way of life. Though 6ix9ine hasn’t spoken out concerning the allegations from Streamuisc, his lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, suggested, “We now have no remark right now. Tekashi has not been served with any authorized papers.” Roommates, tell us your ideas about this within the feedback beneath.
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