Tekashi 6ix9ine is very honest about the fact that he rolls with a full crew of armed security guards, but an L.A. company is now suing the rainbow rapper claiming he never paid the enormous five-figure bill.
According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Tekashi 69 (aka Daniel Hernandez) is being sued by a Southern California security company called, ‘Metropolitan Patrol’ who claims they guard the ‘ZaZa’ rapper for 10 straight days back in November 2019.
In the documents, the company details the insane amount of armed security used by the rapper — including multiple 24 hour-a-day guards, and armored vehicles.
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According to the lawsuit, the company was hired by Tekashi during a trip to Los Angeles — and were tasked to protect him and provide “a visible deterrent for property crimes and a crime against the client, which include criminal mischief, making graffiti, parking enforcement, larceny, burglary, and criminal tampering, trespass, and criminal trespass, misapplication of property.”
The company claims the deal was for $85 an hour for armed security guards and $550 per day for “patrol vehicles” provided by the company.
In conclusion, the company claims it supplied several guards and vehicles to the rapper for a grand total of $75, 165. At this point, they claim he has not paid the outstanding bill.
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Shockingly, the company listed the specific officers and armored vehicles used by the rainbow rapper during the stay and the list is impressive.
According to the invoice, attached to the lawsuit, Tekashi rolled the streets of L.A. with three “armed officers” during the day and had an “armed overnight officer” outside of his location during the overnight hours. At one point, according to the suit, Tekashi upped the amount to FOUR armed officers while shooting a music video.
In the suit, the company claims Tekashi was given a “black fully loaded Yukon with Ballistic Panels” and an explorer that came equipped with “lights and sirens” during the trip.
The company is now suing for breach of contract and says it is owed the $75.000 plus a late fee for not paying the invoice which puts the grand total at $88,181.50.
As far as why the bill hasn’t been paid, the company claims after not receiving payment for the security work, they were “informed by text message” that he would not be paying the bill. It’s unclear what the issue is between the two parties.
As we reported, Tekashi showed up in several locations while promoting his music after being released from prison including Beverly Hills where he tossed money in the air on a street corner. In most cases, he was armed with security.
Tekashi has yet to respond to the case.