BOSTON (CBS) – First there was 7-Eleven in South Boston, now there’s a 6-Twelve.
A South Boston man was so upset with 7-Eleven that he opened his own store across the street on East Broadway.READ MORE: Police Search Woods After Man Fired BB Gun Behind Salem Walmart
Abu Musa once owned the 7-Eleven franchise across the street but got mad over the parent company’s practices.
Musa says he wanted to pull the hot food from his 7-Eleven because it didn’t sell, but the company wouldn’t let him.READ MORE: Wellesley Man Killed In Ipswich Mountain Bike Crash
He eventually lost his franchise and settled out of court for an undisclosed amount of money.
Now, he opened his own rival store: 6-Twelve.
“Whatever, whenever they want they can bring into the store and we have no option, no choice but to accept it,” said Musa. “Because they said you signed the paperwork.”MORE NEWS: Massachusetts Reports 1,428 New COVID Cases, 52 Additional Deaths
Half of his customers are ones from his 7-Eleven days who heard about his story and want to support him.