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6ix9ine Owes Nearly $100,000 For Security Guard Services

When it rains, it pours. While Tekashi 6ix9ine happens to be in a legal battle for his life, following his arrest last week on multiple federal charges including racketeering, he has other issues turning up, including a nearly six-figure debt that he acquired for security services.

Tekashi 6ix9ine hired 2 fleets of security teams for his recent visit to LA. As previously reported, a few of the men were former bodyguards of retired boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. According to TMZ, they provided the rapper with 24-hour security service including 3 bullet-proof SUVs. Security for the 10-day trip cost the rapper $97,165, reports the celebrity gossip site. The one thing is normally, the “Gummo” rapper has offered yet to pay up.

Tekashi definitely made use of utilization of his hired muscle during his L.A. excursion. They were spotted shadowing the rapper during his whole trip and got to spring into action when 6ix almost got into an altercation with affiliates of YG beyond an event. Someone obviously had intentions on harming the rapper as his video shoot with Nicki Mina in Beverly Hills was disrupted by gunfire.

The security might not be the only people who may be coming for 6ix9ine’s wallet. His former booking agency is threatening to move forward with a defamation lawsuit if the rapper does not recant claims he made about them cheating him out of money.

Off course, the money issues are the least of the “Fefe” rapper’s worries at this time. If convicted of the charges he’s currently facing, he could possibly be sentenced to anywhere from 32 years to life in prison. After transferring jails last week because of safety concerns, his next court date is scheduled for Mon (Nov. 26).


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