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Tekashi 6ix9ine Announces Return On Social Media



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Controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine announced his return to music via his social media accounts. The New York based artist took to Twitter and Instagram to inform fans and artists of his imminent comeback.

“I hope everybody enjoyed there 15 minutes,” 6ix9ine wrote on Twitter. “The demon is back April 15th. I’m the beast they couldn’t contain. The industry[‘s] most hated animal. April 15th the King of New York is coming back. I’m going back home.”

On Friday, 6ix9ine added to his update on his Instagram story: “When I left and took a break, I didn’t say a word to no one, I didn’t need to explain nothing. I just did it. I woke up and now I want to take over again. Now get out of my way.”

The 25 year old rapper will be releasing his first track since 2021’s “Zaza”. That song arrived just five months after his sophomore album TattleTales, which came after his release from prison in April of 2020.

6ix9ine’s return gets a cold reception

To commemorate his return, 6ix9ine posted a video to his Instagram on Monday. The clip shows the rapper standing in front of a building in Brooklyn rapping along to a song called “Gine Gine.” After the promo dropped, however, the location was vandalized by people who weren’t too happy about the comeback.

Messages were left in left in white paint all over the building, saying “Rat.” A message left at the front of the building said, “Rat Ce[n]tral. No Good Rat.”

6ix9ine’s recent struggles

6ix9ine’s return to music seemingly coincides with recent snitching allegations. Last week, Chicago rapper 600Breezy accused 6ix9ine of snitching after the former’s release from prison. 600Breezy served three months for an alleged threat on 6ix9ine’s life.

Wack 100, 6ix9ine’s business manager, also hinted that financial struggles had hit the rapper hard. “He broke as a motherfu**er. That ni**a 6ix9ine ain’t got nothing! Man, that ni**a over there doing bad. I had to send that ni**a $20 for some gas,” Wack said. “It’s fu**ing terrible man. Sad thing to see such a talented young man.”

Last month, 6ix9ine appeared before a judge in a civil lawsuit and and explained his financial difficulties, saying that his income had been limited due to the ongoing pandemic. He also admitted to living in fear due to his status as a federal informant.

Written by Olan Bryant

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