Tekashi 6ix9ine has been hit with a worrying number of lawsuits since his release from prison after court documents exposed him for snitching against his former gang, the nine trey gang in hope of a shorter sentence. Although he got an early release from jail, the rapper has found himself struggling to get back into the rap game but has had very little support from the music community.
Just a few days after he was sued by a Miami club stripper after a bottle he threw at someone at the strip club mistakenly found its way to her, leaving her with blood all over her face which required the use of the ER.
The ‘ZAZA’ rapper is facing yet another lawsuit, this time, from a security company that claims they provided security services for the rapper in 2018 before he was sentenced to prison but did not get paid.
The security firm Metropolitan Patrol, claims Tekashi signed a contract with them in which they agreed to provide 24-hour armed security at a daytime rate of $85/hour and $127.50/hour for the late-night shifts. The whole unpaid amount totaled $75,000. Now they are requesting $88,000 in order to cover late fees and legal fees.