(AllHipHop News) Tekashi 6ix9ine may be celebrating the release of his debut mixtape "Day69," but performing his music live continues to be a challenge.
Another show featuring the controversial Brooklyn artist has been canceled, this time on Staten Island.
The owner of Eve Ultra Lounge said the rapper was booked to play on March 2nd, but the concert has been nixed over his criminal sex record for sexual misconduct.
On April 10th, the 21-year-old Brooklyn rapper is scheduled to be sentenced, after pleading guilty to three counts of sexual misconduct with a minor, who was featured nude in one of the rapper's videos from February of 2015.
"What he did was disrespectful to women," a representative for Eve Ultra Lounge said. "He's upset because he's out a lot of money."
Over the past month, venues around the country have canceled shows featuring Tekashi 6ix9ine either because of his criminal record or because of his blatant gang ties to the Bloods.