Tekashi 6ix9ine Says He is Unable To Pay Damages From 2018 Theft

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Hey ain’t received it! Roommates, Tekashi 6ix9ine, is looking for a technique to get out of paying damages for his involvement within the theft of two individuals on April third, 2018. Should you recall, in 2020, Seketha Wonzer and Kevin Dozier sued him for battery and emotional distressed. The 2 declare 6ix9ine traumatized them and ruined their lives after members of the 9 Trey Gangsta Bloods robbed them in a case of mistaken identification.

In accordance with court docket paperwork obtained by AllHipHop, 6ix9ine admitted he’s going broke, has no file deal, and is struggling to keep up his life-style. Within the declaration, 6ix9ine revealed, “Proper now, I’m struggling to make ends meet. I have no idea if I’ll ever command the sort of advances I used to be paid earlier than my arrest, and my profession stalled.”

Reviews state the Brooklyn rapper’s take care of TenThousand Tasks expired final month, and he has not launched music since his 2020 album ‘TattleTales.’ 6ix9ine does have a publishing deal. Nonetheless, his royalty account stays unrecouped as a result of vital advances he accepted. As well as, he isn’t receiving any revenue from the settlement.

6ix9ine additionally wrote within the declaration, “It would absolutely bankrupt me in a means from which I’ll by no means get better to the everlasting detriment and hardship of the relations who depend upon me.” 6ix9ine says that the revenue he receives helps himself, his two toddler kids, and their mom. He additionally helps his mom and brother.

Presently, Decide John P. Cronan has not acknowledged the quantity of damages 6ix9ine could be answerable for paying Seketha and Kevin, nevertheless it might be within the hundreds of thousands.

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