Tekashi 6ix9ine Swears He Was Playing With Prop Money After Telling Court That A Lawsuit Could Bankrupt Him

Tekashi 6ix9ine Swears He Was Playing With Prop Money After Telling Court That A Lawsuit Could Bankrupt Him
Tekashi 6ix9ine was given initial prison release due to coronavirus concerns - credit: Valik Goshorn/MediaPunch/IPX

Tekashi 6ix9ine was given initial prison release due to coronavirus concerns – credit: Valik Goshorn/MediaPunch/IPX

stunning 6ix9ine tried his best to reassure everyone that he was okay and truly broke, insisting to TMZ that he was playing with the money he shared in a recent Instagram post, when he claimed that the two A lawsuit brought by robbery victims can bankrupt him.

Over the weekend, 6ix9ine shared Video in which he strolls out of a garage with a big pile of cash and boasts, “That’s really my lifestyle,” as he showed off an array of jewelry and watches. He then proceeded to open the trunk of one of the many sports cars parked in a garage and began tossing even more cash.

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Appeared on Monday, April 18th, 6ix9ine TMZ Live And her grin quickly sunk when Harvey Levine brought in $1 million in damages and her recent claim that she would have to file for bankruptcy if ordered to pay. “I just don’t get it,” replied 6ix9ine. “I didn’t get it. And that was prop money. I don’t have it.”

He continued, “I am an entertainer and obviously we are talking about it, so I did a great job of entertaining people… you know how you have a law degree? I have entertainment degree.”

The $1 million in restitution is linked to a lawsuit filed by Seketha Vonzer and Kevin Dozier, who sued 6ix9ine for their involvement in a robbery committed against them by members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods in 2018. finally stunning pleaded guilty for robbery and other federal racketeering charges as part of a prosecution deal that also saw him testimony In the trial of two alleged members of Nine Trey Gangsta Blood (both men were convicted,

With Tekashi 6ix9ine’s lawyers claiming that $1 million in restitution — on top of other damages being sought by Vonzer and the dossier — would bankrupt him, the rapper himself submitted a sworn declaration to court detailing his alleged money problems. Of. “If the court awards the compensatory damages and punitive damages sought by the plaintiff in this inquiry, it will surely insolvent me in such a way that I will never be able to recover from the permanent loss and hardship of the family members that I have suffered.” rely on,” read the manifesto.

Lawyers for Vonzer and Dossier did not return immediately Rolling stoneComment request.

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