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Embattled Muppet Baby 6ix9ine is getting some new additions to his growing list of legal issues—this time for canceling a performance a half hour before it was to begin, probably to go do hoodrat shit with his friends.


According to TMZ, promoters who booked 6ix9ine for an unofficial Howard homecoming event in October are asking him for $300,000 in lost funds after they paid him $60,000 and allegedly sold around $200,000 of seats. It wasn’t until fans were set to be admitted to the event that they were told 6ix9ine’s raggedy rainbow ass wouldn’t be showing up.

A $300,000 payout might make paying $1.5 million in bail just a little bit harder, if he’s able to in the first place—he was denied bail on federal charges ahead of his September 2019 court date for armed robbery, racketeering, and drug trafficking.


Frankly, I’m not inclined to root for anyone who willingly paid this man knowing what he’d been involved in, so everyone can catch an L here, honestly. But I do want this asshole to get into all the legal trouble he can—since he bafflingly almost wiggled his way out of the child sex case he’d caught...and pleaded guilty for.

Here’s hoping this leprechaun finds a pot of dog shit at the end of his rainbow.

Natalie Degraffinried is a senior editor for Kotaku.

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