6ix9ine Sued by Danish Rapper Over Collaboration Track

According to report, Sleiman is asking a judge to declare him the rightful owner of 'Red Bandnna/Black Hoodie' in addition to wanting the rainbow-haired rapper to repay his fee back in full.

AceShowbiz - Tekashi69 (6ix9ine) is reportedly being sued by Danish rapper Sleiman over a collaboration that's gone wrong.

According to editors at TMZ.com, Tekashi69, real name Daniel Hernandez, and his label 10k Projects have reneged on a deal regarding track "Red Bandnna/Black Hoodie".

Sleiman claims he began working with Tekashi69 in September (18), securing him to provide vocals on the song with a fee of $99,000 (£76,000).

But when it came to releasing "Red Bandnna/Black Hoodie", 10k put a stop to any progress by claiming it had exclusive rights to Tekashi, so the track couldn't be made public without its permission.

In legal documents obtained by TMZ, 10k executives threatened Sleiman with a court case if he released it on his own.

The Danish musician, who claims the hold-up has cost him a record deal, is now asking a judge to declare him the rightful owner of the song so he can release it. He also wants Tekashi69 to repay his fee back in full.

It's the latest legal issue for the 22-year-old rapper, who has been behind bars since he was arrested on racketeering, weapons and drugs charges in November. He pleaded guilty to nine counts in February and is due to be sentenced in January 2020.

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