Last Friday, Tekashi 6ix9ine made his return to social media. This time, he debuted a new look. He returned with much more tattoos and even a beard that had started to grow. In the video posted to Instagram, he also played a new song for fans. The Brooklyn rapper said that he would released this if the post accumulated over 100,000 comments. That was done but not the release of the song. At this point, the comments have reached over 314,400.
6ix9ine Claims That He Shoots Rappers In New Song
This afternoon on Instagram, 6ix9ine took to his Instagram feed again to preview even more music. Here, the lyrics displayed 6ix9ine claiming how he’s about that life when it comes to violence and how he also shoots rappers he has feuds with.
“I shot you, I robbed you, and y’all ain’t do nothing back/Remember that, n***as lack, y’all ain’t do nothing back but make tracks. I shot at all y’all rappers, real life, no cap/The feds charged me for that, a whole f*cking case.”
Fans Support 6ix9ine’s Return
“WHO READY FOR THE KING RETURN‼️‼️‼️” said 6ix9ine in his Instagram caption. “100,000 COMMENTS IF YALL READY ??? ITS COMINGGGGGGGG
“I SHOT AND ROBBED ALL THESE RAPPERS IN REAL LIFE NO CAP………. THE FEDS CHARGED ME FOR THAT A WHOLE FUCKING CASE!”
Just like the video that 6ix9ine posted to IG last week, this one also received a lot of support. Some wents went as far as calling the rapper the “King of New York,” Others feel that this is far from the truth, though.
6ix9ine Released ‘Tattle Tales’ Album Last Fall
In September, 6ix9ine also put out his sophomore album, “Tattle Tales.” Many didn’t think this project would do well but it was solid with 54,000 units in its first week. That was good enough for it to debut at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart. It was led by singles such as “GOOBA,” “YAYA,” “P*NANI,” and the Billboard Hot 100 chart-topping single, “TROLLZ,” with Nicki Minaj. That ended up being 6ix9ine’s first No. 1 record as well as for MInaj.
Another 6ix9ine Documentary Is On The Way
Back in November, Hulu released their own 6ix9ine documentary titled “69: The Saga Of Danny Hernandez.” Now, a docuseries about 6ix9ine is also coming to Showtime on February 21 at 10 p.m. ET titled “Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine.” It’s a three-part series which highlights 6ix9ine’s rise to fame along with the troubles that came a long the way. Surprisingly though, his manager, Murda Murphy, blasted both networks in November by claiming that both of these projects were unauthorized ans they had no participation in either one.