Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine seems to get into trouble no matter what he does at this point in time. The rapper has always made it clear that he has a full crew of armed security guards at his disposal.
However, it seems he is now facing a lawsuit meted by an LA security company for non-payment of bills. According to a report by The Blast, legal documents state that the rapper is being sued by a Southern California security company called, ‘Metropolitan Patrol.’ They claimed that they guarded 6ix9ine for 10 consecutive days in November 2019.
The lawsuit stated that the rapper hired multiple 24 hour-a-day guards, and armored vehicles during a trip to Los Angeles. The company were to provide the following:
“A visible deterrent for property crimes and a crime against the client, which include criminal mischief, making graffiti, parking enforcement, larceny, burglary, and criminal tampering, trespass, and criminal trespass, misapplication of property.”
It was claimed that the contract they signed would see them earn $85 an hour for armed security guards and $550 per day for “patrol vehicles” provided by the company. It was further claimed that the total expenses for the ten days amounted to a grand total of $75, 165. The rapper was said to have not paid the bill even now.
The company is currently suing the rapper for breach of contract and stated that they are owed $75.000 plus a late fee for not paying the invoice which puts the grand total at $88,181.50.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has yet to respond to the lawsuit. We will keep you updated on this ongoing story.