The trouble surrounding Tekashi69 is all but stopping. It would seem that 2018 isn’t a great year for the rapper, as far as his public relations situation is concerned anyway.

Following up on several public appearance mishaps comes one more, as the rapper has reportedly been banned from a Los Angeles strip club.

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6ix9ine Banned for a Lifetime From Popular Strip Club

Source: Instagram @6ix9ine_

The rapper’s most notable trouble came in the form a legal case against after being caught with an underaged girl. In November 2017, after being accused a heinous crime against a mine beforehand, 6ix9ine pled guilty to charges sexual misconduct with a child.

The “Gummo” rapper accepted three felony counts “Use a Child in a Sexual Performance,” stemming from an incident that occurred over the summer. While the age and name the girl involved are unknown, what we do know is 6ix9ine’s fellow Brooklyn rapper ZillaKami posted photos Tekashi fondling the girl and claimed that she was just 13 years old. See as Tekashi was over 18 at the time the photos were taken, he could be facing up to 15 years per count.

6ix9ine’s guilty plea comes as a bit a shock given how vehemently he and his team denied the charges. “He doesn’t even like to say the R word, we don’t play around with that s**t,” a representative for the rapper told Mass Appeal after the initial reports started spreading. “As someone with a 3-year-old daughter we take this very seriously… Their whole thing was to try to slander his name and make him look terrible.”

— TEKASHI69 DA SCUM (@6Tekashi9) August 4, 2016

6ix9ine was notable for his bubbling-under hit “Gummo,” his colorful appearance and meme-able hair and his associations with more-famous acts like Trippie Redd. However, Redd was quick to distance himself from the rapper once the allegations sexual misconduct with a minor came to light.

“I’m sorry brozay, 1400 don’t promote pedophiles,” Trippie said in a since-deleted Instagram video. “If we give n***as clout, we give n***as clout. It was an accident.”

Pi’erre Bourne — the producer his hit, who also put together Playboi Carti’s “Magnolia” — separated himself from the rapper on social media. “F**k that Gummo s**t,” he wrote. “Y’all n***as doing weird s**t some opps.”