Tekashi 6ix9ine has been complaining about being broke a lot lately. The rapper has been called out for pretending not to have any money to avoid potential lawsuits over a recent robbery. As if 6ix9ine didn’t have enough problems, he is now being sued for no-showing scheduled live concert appearances.

6ix9ine was supposed to perform two concerts in Hollywood in December of 2021. The shows were going to be live-streamed. Those appearances never happened, after Tekashi was paid $150,000, according to TMZ.

Streaming service Streamusic made the payment. In return, 6ix9ine was to perform the concerts and promote them on social media. Shortly after he got his money, Tekashi ghosted the company.

Documents relating to a lawsuit filed by Streamusic reveal that 6ix9ine re-emerged in January. A new deal was made to re-schedule the concerts for later in that month. Once again, the company was ignored after the contract was signed.


Streamusic sent seven letters to Tekashi to try and get him to show up. The re-scheduled shows also never happened. In a video posted on Thursday, 6ix9ine flaunted nearly $2 million in cash and bragged about how rich he was. That evidence will not look good in a court of law.

The suit alleges breach of contract and fraud. Tekashi 6ix9ine’s attorney has not commented at this time. It sounds like an open and shut case. Tekashi might not get to enjoy that money for much longer.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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