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Earlier last month, we learned that Tekashi 6ix9ine’s finances these days are just as tough as his lyrical content when he continuously topped the Billboard Charts a few years ago, but now his pockets could get a lot lighter as he is taken to court for seven figures by some concert promoters who say he was jerked off by the rap troll.

According to TMZ, Streammusic has slapped Tekashi 6ix9ine with a $2 million lawsuit claiming the most famous snitch in rap games bailed out 2 gigs he agreed to perform on their platform. The enforcement service claims they arranged for Tekashi to perform two concerts in Hollywood in December 2021, but the “Gummo” rapper never honored his contract. It makes sense since he was meeting half of Los Angeles in 2018 and would risk his life traveling to the West Coast without the support of his pals Trey Nine Blood whom he put in jail when he turned over evidence to the States.

In documents, obtained by TMZ Hip Hop, Streamusic says it paid Tekashi $150,000 to play the shows and promote the concerts on its Instagram. The company claims the rapper remained quiet in early December when they tried to get him to create the IG promos…and ultimately, he canceled both scheduled gigs.

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