Barclays Fired Manager Over 6ix9ine/Casanova Shooting & Now They Are Being Sued
(AllHipHop News) The beef between rappers Tekashi 6ix9ine and Casanova cost a top manager his job at The Barclays Center, and now he is suing.
A former manager named Steven Samedi filed a lawsuit The Barclays Center, over claims the facility is too cheap to hire enough security guards.
Steven Samedi claims he started requesting to have more security around 2015, when a spike in violence started happening in and around the venue.
His lawsuit notes Power 105.1's chaotic concert in 2015, as well as a crazy incident in April of 2018 involving Conor McGregor when he went nuts backstage and attacked Khabib Nurmagomedov bus with a garbage cans and chairs.
Samedi's lawsuit maintains the lack of security resulted in a shooting inside of the venue in April 2018 as well, when 6ix9ine's affiliate Fuguan "Fu Banga" Lovick fired a shot during a confrontation with Casanova's crew.
Fu Banga has since pleaded guilty to the crime, which Samedi claims happened because his bosses at Barclays were too cheap to pay $20,000 to hire some extra muscle.
Reps for Barclays have already denied the entire lawsuit.
They claim Sam Samedi is merely trying to cover up his role in the shooting and suggested that he" somehow orchestrated the confrontation between Casanova and Tekashi 6ix9ine."