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6ix9ine’s former security claim that he never paid them, takes legal action

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6ix9ine is supposed to pay over $ 75,000 in unpaid security fees.

Tuesday (March 2), TMZ reported that members of the Metropolitan Patrol protection society are suing Tekashi after never receiving compensation for protecting the 24-year-old rapper during an 11-day stay, partly in Los Angeles, in November 2018.

According to documents obtained by the outlet, 6ix9ine has agreed to pay for 24-hour armed security. The contract states that the going rate for the security team’s services is $ 85 per hour with the night shift cost $ 127.50 per hour. Metropolitan Patrol also claims Tekashi received armored vehicles, a fully loaded Yukon with ballistic panels, and two police-style Ford Explorers.

After the late fees, the legal costs of the lawsuit and the price initially agreed upon, Metropolitan Patrol asks 6ix9ine to pay them just over $ 88,000. However, Tekashi’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, reportedly said that “Zaza” the rapper is not responsible for payment. Instead, MTA Bookings, 6ix9ine’s booking agency at the time, should foot the bill.

The news of 6ix9ine paying a hefty price for security services in Los Angeles surfaced online almost two years ago. The Brooklyn artist enlisted two security companies to protect him on the West Coast and racked up a bill of nearly $ 100,000.

The irony of 6ix9ine’s latest legal woes is not lost on anyone. Since being released from federal prison after pleading guilty to federal racketeering charges and testifying against the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods last year, 6ix9ine doesn’t seem to come out without his personal bodyguards.

More recently, Tekashi has had an intense meeting with Meek Mill, in which he attempted to clown the native of Philadelphia to have safety with him while he was at a nightclub. The New York rapper also faces another trial after being accused of throwing a bottle of champagne at the Gold Rush Cabaret in Miami, which allegedly hit a dancer at the establishment.

XXL contacted a representative of 6ix9ine and his lawyer for their comment.





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