Tekashi 6ix9ine's problems continue to get worse, in spite of the rapper's efforts to keep his head held high after a gang of guys attacked him in a gym restroom.
His opponents are now attempting to confront him in court rather than on the streets, since American Express has launched a lawsuit against him. Furthermore, the provocateur apparently owes the credit card firm around $120,000 in credit card debt, according to Radar Online.
After seeking payments for some time, AmEx resorted to legal action to force the rainbow-haired MC to reply to his debt. Furthermore, he appears to have been difficult to locate in the first place.
Despite early difficulties, a process server located 6ix9ine on March 23 at Delicias Cuban Bakery in Miami. The waiter observed the artist's blue Lamborghini and followed him into the business, according to Radar Online.
He then gave the legal documentation to the 26-year-old after confirming his identification. Given that the event occurred roughly two weeks ago, it's unclear how Tekashi would respond or settle this issue with American Express.