We don’t quite know how this is possible but Tekashi 6ix9ine, a former gang member of the Nine Trey Bloods turned confidential informant, is only a couple million views away from breaking a YouTube record.
6ix9ine on the verge of breaking records with Gooba
The 24-year-old Hispanic was unhinged on Friday. A court order which allowed him to shoot music videos in his home was the only thing left for 6ix9ine to mark his turn to the throne of Hip-Hop.
6ix9ine proceeded with the release of Gooba, his first single since his release from federal custody. The song was accompanied by a highly saturated music video full of rainbow-coloured paint and the biggest buttocks you will see on the internet at freemium rates.
Gooba breaks into iTunes Top 20 charts in 24 hours
Gooba has already clocked 34 million views in less than 24 hours. The single release has, according to Chart Data already entered the US iTunes Top 20 and is expected to steal the shine of Megan Thee Stallion and Beyonce’s Savage, as well as DojaCat and Nicki Minaj’s Say So Remix, to claim the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
6ix9ine will be spurred on by the fact that as things stand, Gooba is on the verge to become the biggest Hip-Hop music video release on YouTube.
Who has the most-viewed YouTube video in 24 hours?
According to the ranking of the most-viewed YouTube videos in 24 hours, he is nowhere near making it to the top of the all-time list.
K-Pop sensations BTS still hold the reins as the most-viewed YouTube video in 24 hours with 2019’s Boy with Luv featuring Halsey (74.6 million).
Who does 6ix9ine have to beat?
He does stand a vague chance at stealing the Hip-Hop record from 14th-placed Eminem, who garnered 38.1 million views on YouTube in 24 hours with the release of Killshot in September 2018.
Time ticks on and 6ix9ine, who must be aware of this, has continued on his trollish promo. This is his most recent Instagram Story, posted on Saturday afternoon.