Final week Tekashi 6ix9ine was sued by former safety guards for non-payment — and now his attorneys are accusing the rapper of refusing to pay a $66,000 authorized invoice.
Regulation agency Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt have requested to withdraw from representing Tekashi in a case introduced by a sufferer who was injured in a Brooklyn taking pictures linked to Tekashi. The Jane Doe is in search of $150 million.
“Hernandez has not paid for previous companies and has proven each an unwillingness and an lack of ability to fund the litigation on an ongoing foundation,” lawyer Brian Caplan wrote.
Final week, a safety agency in Los Angeles sued the rapper for $75,000. It is unclear as to why he is avoiding paying his authorized payments. When he is not mocking useless rappers on the Gram, he is been flashing the money on his social media currently. He just lately debuted a million-dollar chain — but when he doesn’t pay his lawyer he might be ordered to pay the Jane Does $150 million if he loses his case.