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A landlord is suing Vic Mensa, claiming that he’s means behind on lease – however the rapper retorts that the constructing was extremely unsafe for him & family members.
In line with reports, George Georgopoulos filed the lawsuit on behalf of the previous landlord of the “Darkish Issues” rapper. The go well with states that whereas Mensa was noticed on-line displaying a lavish life-style, he was behind on lease. The quantity that the previous landlord is searching for is $8,340 which incorporates late charges. The submitting additionally claims that the owner “is left holding the bag of paying actual property taxes, upkeep, and different prices for the constructing whereas Vic Mensa continues to make use of and occupy the house with out paying lease.”
However a consultant for Vic Mensa issued a rebuttal and claims that the owner “put the lives of Vic Mensa’s household at risk, notably his girlfriend.” That incident reportedly occurred in March, when regulation enforcement mentioned that somebody broke into Mensa’s condominium whereas his girlfriend was residence alone. The person was arrested, and court docket information apparently present that the suspect had beforehand violated the intercourse offender’s registry and had a lot of arrests on his document. That together with the owner allegedly failing to implement respectable safety across the constructing led Mensa to maneuver out. Georgopoulos dismissed the claims as false, saying that the constructing’s safety has been bolstered.
Mensa is at work on ending up his second album. He advised followers final October that “I’m simply ready on a few characteristic verses and tweaking the mixes, however the creation of the album is full.” He’s additionally been at work on different ventures as properly together with a drive to get water to these in want in Ghana, in addition to the Black Star Line Competition with fellow Chicagoan Likelihood The Rapper, having spoken at size about it in an interview in February.