6ix9ine Could Face A $500,000 Lawsuit For Canceled Show During Howard Homecoming

There's yet another potential headache for the 'Dummy Boy' creator.

(AllHipHop News) It doesn't seem like 6ix9ine can catch a break at the moment. The 22-year-old Instagram instigator (born Daniel Hernandez) was arrested and charged for several federal crimes including racketeering.

Plus, Tekashi69 is mired in other legal drama. TMZ reports a missed unofficial event scheduled for Howard University Homecoming weekend in October could cost 6ix9ine half a million dollars.

Promoters are threatening to sue the troubled rapper for a $58,470 advance payment, about $300,000 in refunded ticket sales, and other expenses. Hits Before Fame & DMV Events have reportedly sent a letter to 6ix9ine's team requesting $500,000 or prepare for a civil suit.

Tekashi allegedly canceled the appearance at Washington, DC's Echostage just 35 minutes before the show. He was later seen that same day giving a surprise performance at Power 105.1's Powerhouse concert in New Jersey.

In addition, Hernandez's former booking agency MTA Booking is considering filing a defamation lawsuit over comments he made on The Breakfast Club. Tekashi is also said to be in danger of being sued by Fashion Nova for not promoting the clothing brand on his Dummy Boy album nor in the scrapped "MAMA" music video.