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Tekashi 6ix9ine Sued By Texas Promoter For Concert No-Show After Being Paid $120k

 Texas promoter has suedTekashi 6ix9ine for failing to perform at a concert after being paid $120k.

Tekashi flew from Florida to Houston to collect $75k in cash from a concert promoter before turning around and leaving the venue.

According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, JJD Entertainment is suing the rapper, 6IX9INE Touring and Murda MGMT.

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In the suit, JJD — run by a man named Jamie Dominquez — claims it met with one of Tekashi’s reps Will Cornish. They agreed to have him perform in Houston on June 27, 2021 at the Humble Civic Center.

Tekashi was $45k upon execution of the paperwork and another $75k in cash on the day of the event. He would also get $20k for a jet from Boca Roton to Texas. The promoter did everything he was supposed to do but Tekashi still failed to perform.

 The suit says JJD Entertainment spent $178k as well as over $100k for the venue rental, security and insurance as well as defamation as 6ix9ine claimed the promoter did not pay him the money agreed.