PICS: 6ix9ine spotted outside for the first time since his arrest
Whoever wished Tekashi 6ix9ine hell for snitching on his entire conglomerate of thugs must be eating their words because the rainbow-haired rapper is back out on the streets — with minimal security detail.
6ix9ine’s house arrest bid drew to an end on Friday 31 July 2020, and apart from a 300-hour community service commitment he has yet to fulfil, it’s safe to say the New York rapper is a free man.
In pictures: 6ix9ine seen out on the streets
According to TMZ, 6ix9ine removed the ankle monitor and went right to work, shooting a music video in Brooklyn, NY, at around 07:30 on Sunday.
The security detail may have been laxed around him but rest assured, unmarked armed security vehicles were patrolling the area, looking out for those who are waiting for the perfect time to exact revenge on the GOOBA star.
Take a look at the pics and videos that surfaced on the web.
What plans are in place for the rapper?
6ix9ine is working to complete his sophomore album and release it this year still, according to his attorney Lance Lazzaro.
Asked what his client will be getting up to post-house arrest, Lazzaro revealed that the star has already inked a multi-million-rand streaming deal with GlobalStreamNow.
This will apparently pave way for the rapper to host a slew of virtual concert shows, the first of which has been penned down for Saturday 5 September 2020.
This, according to 6ix9ine, will be the first chance we will get to hear the 12-track LP.
If it sounds anything like the song he was seen shooting a music video for, then his large fanbase of preteens is surely in for one banging body of work.