Tekashi 6ix9ine is continuing his dangerous L.A. street stunts like tossing thousands of dollars of cash in the air, and now he is trolling gang members for calling him out for rolling with a huge security team.
Tekashi 69 took to Instagram to question ‘gangsters’ who think he is being weak for strolling through L.A. and New York, but only if he is flanked by heavily armed bodyguards.
“To The Gangsters Across The World, You Rather Be Dead Or Have Security,” Tekashi posted on IG.
The question came on the heels of the rainbow rapper’s latest stunt, where he pulled up on a street in L.A. and started handing out and throwing $100 Bills into the air!
Of course, many are pointing out that Tekashi wouldn’t be doing such things if he was alone or not shadowed by armed bodyguards.
As we reported, this isn’t the first time in the past few days that Tekashi has done this same thing. He tossed tons of cash in the air on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, after a crowed starting following him during a shopping spree.
But, is it really smart to keep pressing gang members and others who could be looking for retaliation?!
Tekashi’s constant trolling has upset many people, especially after he made a visit to the neighborhood where Nipsey Hussle was shot and killed, after he insinuated in the past Nip may still be alive if he has more security with him.
As we reported, stories surfaced that Tekashi was even robbed while hanging out in Los Angeles, but his security team denied anything like that happened.
The bigger problem is that it seems the crowd is starting to turn on the ‘Punani’ rapper — making it even more dangerous to continue to make appearances on random street corners in Los Angeles.
Interestingly, in the latest video, you can hear a citizen tell the rapper that he is all good as long as he continues to hand over the cash. So, maybe at this point, he is buying the love of some of the fans who aren’t fully on board with his comeback.
Either way, there is no denying, wherever Tekashi shows up he draws a crowd, and tons of fans are dying to get their picture taken with him.
Tekashi is set to perform his first concert since being released from prison, virtually, so he may continue to earn enough money to always be shadowed by a huge security team. And….continue to share his wealth with the streets!