(AllHipHop News) Imprisoned rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has been hit with a lawsuit over a missed concert.
The rapper, who is currently behind bars on six charges including conspiracy to murder and racketeering, is being sued for failing to perform at a concert during Howard's Homecoming Weekend in Washington, D.C. in October.
6ix9ine agreed to perform for $60,000, but did not show up to the concert, which was not connected with the university.
“This artist was never invited to perform at Howard’s Homecoming. Whatever concert he missed was not affiliated with the university," said Alonda Thomas, Director of Public Relations at Howard University.
The 22-year-old's managers are also included in the lawsuit because they reportedly did not offer any assistance in helping to get in touch with 6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez.
Organizers of the event are claiming they sold $165,300 in pre-sale tickets and $30,300 in VIP passes for the event.
They are reportedly claiming no less than $300,000 in damages.
Meanwhile, the rapper's trial in his criminal case is scheduled to begin in September.
If convicted, Tekashi faces a life sentence, with a minimum of 32 years in prison.
He was denied bail in early December of 2018.