Tekashi 6ix9ine's legitimate burdens keep on piling up as the rapper sits in the slammer ... he's currently being sued for abandoning a show and costing advertisers big bucks. 6ix9ine should play a show on Howard Homecoming Weekend back in October. As indicated by the docs - acquired by TMZ - the rapper marked on to do the show for $60,000 ... be that as it may, as per advertisers, never appeared and constrained them to dismiss a huge number of fans.
The docs state show coordinators were scrambling to connect with Tekashi on the date of the show ... what's more, his supervisory crew - who are additionally recorded as respondents in the claim - did little to help.
Advertisers state huge amounts of fans appeared at the setting and trusted that hours for the entryways will open. It wasn't until 8 PM - when concertgoers should be admitted to the occasion - that coordinators needed to tell everybody the show was dropped ... dreading an uproar would break out. Coordinators guarantee they sold $165,336 in presale burns and another $30,300 in VIP tables for the occasion. The docs - recorded by lawyers Jelani D. James and Donald M. Sanctuary - guarantee no under $300k in harms.