Another day, another lawsuit for Tekashi 6ix9ine. The man may be behind bars but he's still busy racking up an absurd amount of legal paperwork, likely going broke by the end of all of this. We don't want to know how much 6ix9ine is paying his lawyers right now. As they attempt to get him out of prison at the earliest possible date, the rapper is facing a new lawsuit completely unrelated to his racketeering charges.

During his run as "King of New York," Tekashi rarely performed in the United States. Many of his booked appearances happened overseas as it was becoming too much of a safety concern to allow him into American concert venues. When he made a surprise appearance at Powerhouse in October, the crowd went absolutely wild. Unfortunately, it came at the expense of another audience when he bailed on a Howard University performance during Homecoming weekend. 

According to TMZ, the performer cancelled his appearance 35 minutes before he was set to hit the stage and organizers were forced to tell hundreds of people to head home. Hits Before Fame and DMV Events are now suing Tekashi for $500K, claiming that they're owed that amount after he failed to show up. The artist was already paid over $50K for the concert. The rest of the cash being requested is for loss of ticket sales, marketing expenses, rent, and other things.

6ix9ine is reportedly looking to make things right with the promoter. Hopefully, things are sorted out soon as it appears the system is milking him of all his cash.