YK Osiris Responds To Barber Accusing Him Of Not Paying For Haircut

YK Osiris is firing back at the barber who accused him of skipping a $100 haircut bill. 

Monday, a baber that goes by @thalegendofficial took to Instagram to accuse the 24-year-old of not paying for a lineup. However, according to XXL, Osiris called the barber a liar through a written statement. 

“She got paid,” his statement read, squashing @thalegendofficial’s claims. “She just want clout. Give her a lil clout lol.”

The dispute began on Monday when @thalegendofficial said the Jacksonville native ran off on the bill and accused him of engaging in “weirdo activity.”

“I hate to have to come to the internet with this, but I guess I got to,” @thalegendofficial said. “Y’all know I cut my first celebrity client, YK Osiris, last week. I charged him $150 for the cut. The cut went up, he paid me $200. He tipped me $50. No complaints, but he had hit me up to come line him up last Tuesday.” 

The barber continued, “I charge him $100 for the lineup. This n***a hit me with the, ‘Alright, I’m a Cash App you.’ Instantly, I was like… I’m like, ‘I don’t think he gonna do me like that.’ It’s just $100 it’s not $100,000. But he did.”

The barber shared a text message thread between the two, saying he would send the payment via Cash App. However, the payment was never sent, according to @thalegendofficial.

This isn’t the first time Osiris has been accused of not paying bills. On Tuesday, he was accused of a shady watch purchase. 

The former Def Jam artist allegedly ran out of money on a $20,000 bill for an Audemars Piguet timepiece he had promised to purchase from celebrity jeweler Seth Grossman.

According to TMZ, the prominent jeweler revealed that he gained Osiris as a client from a mutual connection to Sean Kingston, with whom he frequently worked. 

After expressing interest in purchasing the 39mm Automatic Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watch, Osiris agreed to buy the watch from Grossman before the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Osiris gave several excuses but failed to make one payment.

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