Tekashi 6ix9ine Is Being Sued For A Lot Of Money Because He Allegedly Didn't Show Up For Hollywood Concerts
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is being sued for a large sum of money after reportedly failing to appear at a number of concerts in Hollywood, California. A firm named Streammusic claims to have negotiated an agreement with the rainbow rapper to play at private events in Los Angeles, according to legal documents. The records were obtained from the corporation by the Blast. File: According to the corporation, they negotiated an arrangement in August 2021 that included a large payment of $150,000 to sign the contract.
Two musical concerts may have been decided upon, and Streammusic has been granted permission to stream live audio and video from them. Furthermore, they claim that the "Gummo" rapper planned to use his massive Instagram account to promote the gigs, using "promotional videos" on his feed and on his stories.
According to the firm, Tekashi did not post about the shows on Instagram in the weeks leading up to the show in December. SM claims that once the show was rescheduled, Tekashi did not appear and stole the $150,000. Streammusic claims they spent a significant amount of money and time preparing for and marketing the performances agreed to by Defendant, including hours of marketing meetings, hours of curating video assets, hours of development embedding videos into Plaintiff's mobile app, hours of curating other assets and managerial tasks, and additional security measures.
"The false promises and inducements, as well as Plaintiff's justifiable reliance on knowingly false statements made by Defendants," the company claims, "caused Plaintiff significant financial and reputational damage, including lost business profits, destruction of goodwill, the cost of suit, lawful interest, and attorney's fees." "Not only in the short run, but also in the long run." Tekashi is currently being sued for fraud, and the firm wants to pay him more than $2 million. They claim "compensatory damages of no less than $1 million, and exemplary or punitive damages of no less than $1 million" since they were harmed.
His return to social media was highly public, and he became very well-known in the last few days as a result.
"I hope you all had a good time.
When Tekashi returned, he made a great fuss about how much money he had. He also displayed his million-dollar automobiles. He was sworn in after saying, "Right now, I'm having difficulties making ends meet." It's unclear whether I'll ever be paid as much as I was before I was arrested. My career has been halted.