Things are fixing up to get really intense now that Tekashi 6ix9ine has been granted freedom to do as he likes on social media.
6ix9ine is back on his b*llshit
The rainbow-haired rapper from New York has been out of prison for what feels like a month or two. At first, his freedom was only limited to movement within the confines of his home. He was restricted from fanning flames on social media, the one thing that shot him to fame.
However, a recent court ruling which allowed him to film music videos in his property and have a bit more freedom on social media has unlocked the troll that’s been biding its time, waiting for the perfect moment to rear its head.
The first order of business was possibly the most controversial. 6ix9ine took to his Instagram on Friday to post a Story showing a billboard on Times Square with the caption “The King Is Back”.
6ix9ine to go on IG Live for the first time in 2020
This was his official announcement that at 21:00 CAT on Friday, he is going to go address things on Instagram Live for the first time since he was arrested in 2019.
Of course, this controversial unveiling was met with animosity. First to bark up was Philadelphia rapper, Meek Mill. Meek, who just welcomed a baby boy this week, expressed his discontent with an informant being allowed the platform to reap the benefits of his popularity and be given the attention he doesn’t deserve.
Social media reacts to Tekashi’s announcement
As expected, 6ix9ine barked back and criticised the 33-year-old for concerning himself with a rainbow-haired kid instead of spending quality time with his newborn.
Meek did not take kindly to this rebuttal and he’s since been on a Twitter rant.
The one event everyone is looking forward to is that IG Live session which is expected to break all kinds of viewership records.
This is how social media has reacted to 6ix9ine announcing his come-back: