Tekashi 6ix9ine is being sued by his security details for $75,000 — they say he did not pay them.
California-based security firm, Metropolitan Patrol, worked with 6ix9ine from Nov. 1, 2018, according to a lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
While he was in Los Angeles, they provided him with armed officers and armored vehicles for nine days at $85 an hour per bodyguard and $127.50/hour overnight — not including overtime. The armored vehicles cost $300 – $500 a day.
They want their coins — and they also want their legal fees covered, which would bring the total up to $88,000.
Tekashi cannot travel safely without security thanks to his numerous beefs with high-profile rappers. But according to his attorney, it’s not Tekashi who should be footing the bill.
“A former management company that provided bookings for Danny hired Metropolitan,” said attorney Lance Lazzaro. “That’s the person responsible for whatever fees are owed.”