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By Dana Kennedy. He has dropped new music , posted photos of himself flaunting his house-arrest ankle monitor, and ginned up new beefs : accusing Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande of buying the No. Insiders are worried that Tekashi, who had his sentence on federal racketeering charges reduced in exchange for testimony about the Nine Treys, might not be as smart about staying alive as he is at chasing clout. He had to move to another residence when a neighbor leaked the address of his first hideout post-jail, a rental in Lido Beach, LI, after Tekashi posted a photo of himself outside flashing fistfuls of cash. Even a young gang member who wants to make a name for himself could try something. It used to be that a rat was the worst thing you could be. Tekashi, who dropped out of school in 10th grade, lived in a two-bedroom apartment with his brother, stepfather and mother, who worked as a cleaner after moving to Bushwick from Mexico in She reportedly kicked out his biological father, also named Daniel Hernandez, for doing heroin when Tekashi was about 9. He might be a target for sure now but he knows the drill. Tekashi started uploading mixtapes to YouTube and SoundCloud, landing a record deal with 10K Projects and garnering social-media attention not just for his music but his look: rainbow hair and clothing inspired by Japanese anime, wild grills on his teeth and a plethora of face tattoos.
A TIMELINE OF TEKASHI 6IX9INE’S FEDERAL CHARGES
Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Infamous: The Tekashi 6ix9ine Story is back with its second episode. In the latest episode of the Angie Martinez-narrated series, we learn about what happened in the aftermath of his fallout with his former crew, Scum Gang, and how 6ix9ine went from trying to align himself with the Crips to claiming affiliation with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.
MuchDank found its muse in Tekashi 6ix9ine. The year-old rapper, who is currently behind bars and facing in life in federal prison on racketeering and firearms charges, and in pled guilty for use of a child in a sexual performance, came with an explosive combination of ingredients. A catalogue of testy interviews with The Breakfast Club. A Gushers-dyed perm. A peppering of dadaist ink. These pointed to a desperate, uniquely millennial thirst for a very specific type of depressing viral fame. So, as Tekashi scaled the mountain, and made his enemies, and mustered a Trumpian refusal to ever back down, even as they were hauling him off to court , MuchDank enjoyed an incredible The YouTube channel currently stands at over one million subscribers, a lot of which is built on the transformative power of making fun of 6ix9ine. For the uninitiated, the MuchDank methodology is simple: They morph the hottest tracks in our current wave of SoundCloud rap into a lightheaded slurry, laying bare the fundamental absurdity of the bars. Here is the "FEFE" video, with uncomfortably realistic ice cream sound effects dubbed over the feast.