Tekashi 6ix9ine Sued By Danish Rapper

Written by Kecia Gayle April 19, 2019
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Tekashi 6ix9ine Sued By Danish Rapper

More legal trouble for Tekashi 6ix9ine. The jailed rapper is now being sued by another rapper who claims he was screwed over while working with him.

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Apparently, Danish musician Sleiman and Tekashi teamed up on a song together back in 2018. Court doc states that in September Sleiman dropped vocals on Tekashi’s track, titled “Red Bandnna [sic]/Black Hoodie.” Tekashi reportedly signed over the rights to him and got paid 88,000 euros for his services — nearly $100k in the U.S.

Sleiman claims after the song was recorded, he began working on dropping the project. However, Tekashi’s label, 10k Projects, reached out saying it had exclusive rights to Tekashi, so the track couldn’t be released without its permission. Sleiman says 10k also threatened him with legal action if he did release the track on his own online. Not only is Slemiman now out of $88 euros he says he’s having trouble landing a record deal.

Sleiman is now looking for the judge to declare him the rightful owner of the track so he can release it and he wants his Tekashi money back for his troubles, TMZ reports.

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