Tekashi 6ix9ine kicked out of Miami restaurant for giving customers free booze

He was too tough.

Tekashi 6ix9ine and his entourage of approximately 20 people were kicked out of the El Tiesto cafe in Miami on Sunday night for acting recklessly, Page Six exclusively learned.

We’re told the “Trollz” rapper, 26, went behind the bar without permission and started pouring free bottles of tequila into customers’ mouths.

Meanwhile, his friends were dancing above the bar, despite being told not to.

Tekashi was kicked out for giving free tequila to customers.


Tekashi 6ix9ine holding a stack of cash.

Tekashi was kicked out for giving free tequila to customers.


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At around 8:20 p.m. ET, Tekashi and his friends were escorted out of the Dominican-Japanese restaurant, but it appeared to be an amicable exit as he was seen hugging someone near the security post.

“He’s friends with the owner,” a source told Page Six exclusively. “He’s there all the time.”

Tekashi 6ix9ine leaving El Tiesto cafe in Miami.
Tekashi 6ix9ine was seen hugging someone outside El Tiesto cafe in Miami after being kicked out.

After leaving the scene with a bodyguard and most of his friends, Tekashi was seen walking towards his multicolored Rolls Royce, which is spray painted red with yellow and purple splashes, in the parking lot.

The “Mala” rapper stood outside the driver’s side door for a few minutes as about five friends surrounded him. He finally got into the vehicle with a passenger in the front seat and a passenger in the back seat, and took off.

Most of Tekashi’s friends left the establishment with him, but two buddies stayed inside, sitting near the bar.

Tekashi 6ix9ine in his car in a parking lot.

Tekashi was seen getting into the driver’s seat of his flashy Rolls Royce after being kicked out of the venue.

Tekashi 6ix9ine posing in front of his car.

Tekashi was seen getting into the driver’s seat of his flashy Rolls Royce after being kicked out of the venue.


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Tekashi 6ix9ine posing in front of his car.

Tekashi was seen getting into the driver’s seat of his flashy Rolls Royce after being kicked out of the venue.


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About 20 minutes after the “Stoopid” rapper left, a police officer arrived.

The officer entered the room solo, looked around, and spoke to a member of staff before exiting.

Tekashi’s two friends, who had stayed before, left along with the officer. No arrests were made.

A spokesperson for the Miami Police Department told Page Six there was no record of the incident, but explained, “Companies have the option of hiring an off-duty police officer who will handle any calls from service if necessary.

A policeman inside a restaurant in Miami.

Miami police arrived about 20 minutes after Tekashi left.

A policeman inside a restaurant in Miami.

Miami police arrived about 20 minutes after Tekashi left.

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“My only guess in this case is that the officer on scene may have been able to resolve the situation (if any) with staff, which would not necessarily have required further action by the officers if a crime had not been committed.”

The rep concluded, “Maybe that’s why no type of call is being traced in the system.”

A representative for Tekashi and a manager at El Tiesto cafe could not immediately be reached for comment.

A photo of the bar Tekashi has behind without permission.

A bar inside the El Tiesto cafe in Miami.

A source tells Page Six that the rapper’s friends were also seen dancing to it.

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While he may have escaped serious trouble this time around, the “Gooba” rapper is no stranger to trouble with the law.

In 2019, Tekashi – real name Daniel Hernandez – was sentenced to two years in prison for racketeering conspiracy and eight other counts.

He previously faced 47 years in prison after admitting joining the Nine Trey Bloods gang to help his career – and contributing financially – but received a lighter sentence for cooperating with prosecutors.

In April 2020, Tekashi was released early amid coronavirus concerns as he suffers from asthma. He was then sent to home confinement, which officially ended in August 2020.

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