Controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine just can’t seem to escape legal trouble.
The rainbow-haired star from Brooklyn is being threatened with a $500K lawsuit for skipping a show during Howard University’s homecoming.
6ix9ine skipped the scheduled performance only 35 minutes before doors opened at the Washington, D.C. venue, forcing promoters to turn concert-goers away.
The promotion company, Hits Before Fame & DMV Events, is now threatening to take legal action, according to TMZ. The company claims that they are owed $500K in damages from the rapper. The promotion team says that they want the $58,470 they paid Tekashi 6ix9ine to perform, the loss of ticket sales and all rental and marketing expenses.
It’s no word on what the outcome of the legal battle will be, as 6ix9ine is currently behind bars on racketeering and firearm charges.