Nowadays Tekashi 6ix9ine focus is that of an early release, and what will happen when he is a free man. His troubles may mount when that day comes but until then he is still facing legal problems while in prison.
His latest legal woes comes from a Miami based Hip Hop artist. Yung Gordon who’s real name is Seth Gordon claims he is owed for his contribution to the hit song “Stoopid” which featured Bobby Shmurda.
In an alternate version of “STOOPID“, Yung Gordon claims he was never informed that his 9-second “drop” would be used for the song. “Y’all already know, it be the boy Yung Gordon/ You rockin’ with Take Money Promotions/ Ay Take Money Promotions/ Give ’em that new s–t, no fool s–t/ Oh Yeah, let’s go,” says Yung Gordon on “Stoopid”.
Gordon claims in the lawsuit that he had emailed Tekashi’s producer the “drop”. The version of “Stoopid” with Yung Gordon is no longer available for streaming, but the music video with Gordon’s drop still lives on YouTube.
Teh lawsuit is aimed at Tekashi and his curent label 10K Projects. No word yet as to how much in damages Yung Gordon is asking. One can imagine it will include attorney fees. Gordon is asking for the “drop” to be pulled immediately from all available recordings.