Tekashi 6ix9ine's reckless past is catching up with him.
Promoters Benhur Tesfalidet and Anton Alexander will refile their lawsuit against the troll rapper for canceling his 2018 concert at Washington, D.C.'s Echostage club, and for defaming Tesfalidet and Alexander.
6ix9ine's former manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan, who's locked up for the foreseeable future, and MTA Booking are also named in the suit.
According to Tesfalidet and Alexander, 6ix9ine canceled with them so he could appear at Power 105.1's Powerhouse concert in New Jersey on the same day. They say he gave them no notice even though he was already paid $58,470 of his $60,000 fee in advance.
The pair also allege 6ix9ine defamed them by claiming he wasn't paid and referring to them as "corrupt" and "scamming." They are seeking $5.3 million
In addition to this lawsuit, 6ix9ine is being sued $150 million for being involved in the shooting of an unnamed woman.