6ix9ine Costs Promoters $300Ok After Bailing On Howard Homecoming Show: Report

Tekashi 6ix9ine obtained some nice information on Friday when the choose dominated that he’d serve 4 years probation as an alternative jail time for his youngster intercourse case from 2015. The rapper’s been celebrating the sentencing, however it appears like he might have gotten too caught up in it this previous weekend. While the rapper was booked to carry out at Howard University’s Homecoming present this weekend, the rapper seemingly flopped as a way to carry out at Powerhouse in New Jersey.

Promoters are contemplating authorized motion in opposition to Tekashi 6ix9ine after he canceled his efficiency at Howard University’s Homecoming 35 minutes minutes earlier than the venue opened their doorways, TMZ reviews. The live performance was set to happen on Sunday and promoters mentioned they misplaced round $300Ok after they refunded live performance tickets to over three,000 folks. 6ix9ine’s no-show compelled the promoters and organizers to show away 400 individuals who had been ready in line to make their approach contained in the live performance.

Tekashi 6ix9ine was reportedly paid $60Ok prematurely for the Homecoming present. Promoters claimed that is the second time 6ix9ine flopped on them.

What’s unusual is that Tekashi 6ix9ine was in New Jersey that very same day the place he carried out a shock set at Powerhouse in New Jersey. The rapper wasn’t even scheduled for a efficiency at Power 105.1’s Powerhouse NYC present, however 6ix9ine reportedly performed almost a full set which included his songs, “GUMMO,” “FEFE,” “STOOPID” and extra.