6ix9ine Reportedly Sued For Refusing To Pay L.A. Security Company The Thousands They're Owed

Los Angeles, CA – Another day, another 6ix9ine lawsuit. As reported by TMZ, the inflammatory rapper is now being sued by a security company that claims he owes them thousands of dollars. Prior to 6ix9ine’s 2018 incarceration, he was typically photographed traveling with multiple security guards, some employed by the plaintiff Metropolitan Patrol.

According to court documents, Metropolitan Patrol says 6ix9ine signed a contract with them in which they agreed to provide armed security around-the-clock. The lawsuit even includes a detailed schedule of shifts they claim to have worked and rates — $85 per hour during the day and $127.50 per hour for the late-night shifts.

The company also says it provided him with armored vehicles, including a fully-loaded Yukon with ballistic panels and two police-style Ford Explorers complete with lights and sirens.

In total, Metropolitan Patrol says 6ix9ine owes them at least $75,000 for the roughly 11 days he hired them. Coupled with late fees and court costs, they are seeking over $88,000 in compensation.

6ix9ine’s attorney Lance Lazzaro says 6ix9ine’s former booking agency MTA Bookings is responsible for footing the bill and Metropolitan Patrol’s issues really lie with them. Lazzaro maintains his client has nothing to do with it and owes nothing while calling the suit “meritless.”