Tekashi 6ix9ine made good on his promise — hitting the streets to film a new music video as soon as his house arrest was over.
On Sunday morning, 6ix9ine showed up in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn to shoot some footage for a new track. The rapper’s security team shut down the surrounding streets and patrolled the area. Just like most of his videos, there were lots of bright colors featured — in the form of some candy-painted sports cars. He was spotted smiling wide and flashing cash — sending a strong message that he’s not scared to go outside, no matter who is out to get him.
He turned it around quick, too — dropping the new clip just hours later. In the afternoon, he went live with DJ Akademiks where he tried to convince the world he was good in his city by walking around Times Square and posing with random tourists. He also said, “If you love your favorite rapper, you should love their security” and says guys like XXXTentacion and Pop Smoke would still be here if they had security.
- He’s definitely not just laying low or joining witness protection.
- If he was really good in his hood, he would have been out there in the middle of the day.
- He’s trying to prove the point he’s not afraid — but doesn’t having streets shut down, extra security, and early morning shoot times say the opposite?
- If someone doesn’t come get him, corona might. He needs to mask up and remember to keep his distance.