Tekashi found himself in more drama even while he's locked up, and it all has to do with his highly-anticipated album.
Late Saturday night, tracks for Tekashi's new album, Dummy Boy, began popping up online. Shortly after the songs, including "TIC TOC" and "WAKA," began circulating, Tekashi's website began selling the full Dummy Boy album for $6.99
The LP was supposed to drop on November 23, but due to the rainbow-haired rapper getting arrested and charged with 6 felony counts, it was postponed. It's unclear who leaked the first tracks or made the decision to put the album out wide, but shortly after it went up, it was taken down from Tekashi's online store.
The link that existed and made the album available for purchase now directs to a "404" page. If Tekashi and his team did not want to put the album out last night, they may unfortunately be SOL because some of those who did purchase the album made it available to others, and the rest is history.
As we reported, 6ix9ine is currently facing life in prison after his alleged involvement with a criminal enterprise, the Nine Trey Gangasta Bloods. Since his arrest, Tekashi's attorney is claiming that the gangster image is all an act and Tekashi is just an entertainer playing a character.