Tekashi 6ix9ine has reportedly been hospitalized after suffering from an ‘overdose’ of diet pills and caffeine, which explains his abrupt absence from social media.
According to multiple reports, the rainbow rapper was rushed to a Florida hospital after consuming too much caffeine which caused him to ‘excessively sweat’ while sitting at home.
As you know, the ‘Trollz’ rapper has been surprisingly absent from social media after posting on Instagram on a regular basis about his new album.
Tekashi 69 was reportedly hospitalized several days ago but is now speaking out about the situation.
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The rainbow rapper reportedly spoke to The Shade Room describing the ‘overdose’ and details surrounding his hospitalization. Tekashi claims he was taking a diet medication called ‘Hydroxycut’ several times a day to cut down on weight he has gained since being released from prison.
According to the outlet, Tekashi admits he was using the diet pills to cut down his on his weight, which he says ballooned to 200lbs at one point. The rainbow rapper is currently at 177lbs, he says and will continue to work on his weight to get to a goal of 150lbs.
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In the report, Tekashi wants to make it clear his ‘overdose’ was NOT connected to any drug use — not only because he doesn’t use drugs — but, he is on strict probation for his criminal case and is not allowed to consume them anyways.
He says if so, he would be immediately locked back up in prison.
According to Shade Room, the original report of Tekashi’s hospitalization came from a site called Gossip In The City, and they confirmed the information and spoke to the rapper detailing the dramatic situation.
Tekashi did not elaborate on what the ‘overdose’ entailed or how he ended up being hospitalized after the incident. Plus, it’s unclear how bad the situation is at this point, or if he has been released.
We broke the story, it appeared Tekashi was considering settling down after being spotted in upstate New York looking at multi-million dollar real estate.
Leading up to the hospitalization, Tekashi was on a spree of dangerous promotion for his new album which included popping up in different cities throughout the U.S. — trolling individuals and gang members who may be looking for retaliation.
In the end, it sounds like the rapper is OK, and it’s unclear if he will address the incident any further.