Tekashi 6ix9ine is dropping his new song this week and says he is letting his fans choose the name of the track. But, it appears he may be pressing them to name it after his ongoing beef with rapper Snoop Dogg.
Tekashi 69 took to Instagram to announce he will drop the new song on this Friday, but at this point, it remains unnamed.
But, in his post, the rainbow rapper says he will use whatever the most “liked” name on his social media, as the song’s official title.
“MOST LIKED COMMENT WILL BE THE NAME OF THE SONG,” Tekashi wrote on IG.
He followed up with his own suggestion, “Trollz ? “
Of course, many believe this could be in reference to his online trolling and ongoing beef with rapper Snoop Dogg.
As we reported, Tekashi posted a video of himself watching a documentary featuring Suge Knight, which insinuated Snoop was also a snitch. Snoop didn’t take the accusation lightly, and essentially told the ‘Gooba’ rapper he better watch his mouth.
Several fans are even suggesting calling the new track, “Snoop Dogg” or “Dogga.”
But, Tekashi knows what he is doing with his massive following on Instagram, and is pushing his audience to back his choice of “Trollz.”
It should be noted, Tekashi is trolling anyone who comments about his snitching or makes any kind of public remark about his new music.
The rainbow rapper has been attacking Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and even Billboard over the fact that his record did not get the #1 spot on the charts.
At this point, ‘Trollz’ is running away with the votes, followed by a close second in “The snitcha” — and our personal favorite, “Ratatouille.”
As we reported, Snoop Dogg fans do not like his attacks on one of the most legendary musicians of all time — and may have reported some of Tekashi’s activity to the FBI.
Last week, Tekashi posted a photo that is allegedly from some sort of sex tape that features the rapper. The problem is…the post could be considered ‘revenge porn’ and fans of the Doggfather claim they have reported the activity to the feds.
If the accusations are true, and it is being investigated by the FBI, many believe this could be considered a parole violation and land Tekashi back in the slammer!
As you know, Tekashi is currently out on parole due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus — but is on house arrest. He is forced to wear an ankle monitor for the Bureau of Prison to track his movement.
BTW — Rumors are flying the new track could feature Nicki Minaj!