6IX9INE Reveals He’s ‘STRUGGLING TO MAKE ENDS MEET’
The return of the 6ix9ine is on the move.
TMZ reported that while he was planning his return to music, the imprisoned rapper signed a new record deal with his former company, 10K Projects, worth more than $10 million.
The L.A.-based independent company, founded by Elliot Grainge, is also home to Trippie Redd, Lil Gnar and Icy Narco. After the release of 6ix9ine, he will receive a large salary in exchange for releasing two albums, one in English and the other in Spanish.
In addition, Page Six asks if it’s true that Tekashi was offered a multimillion-dollar deal to tour after he got out of prison.
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Despite testifying against his former associates in the Nine Trey Bloods gang, Tekashi seems to believe that after he gets out of prison, snitching will be forgotten and more popular than ever.’ Apparently, his old company agrees, and he’s betting on the judge giving him a light sentence.
He has reportedly already reached out to a producer for Beats and announced that she has started his work.
“When he gets home, it looks like he’s going to make music right away,” says one insider. “He got in touch with a young NYC producer and someone bought two rhythms for him.”
Tekashi faces a minimum of 47 years in prison after pleading guilty to racketeering and other charges, but is expected to receive a reduced sentence in exchange for cooperation with the feds. He could be jailed and released in 2020.
His sentence is December 18.
What Did 6IX9INE Say?
1 month after being released from prison due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he returned with his new song. Takeshi, who also posted a 13-minute live stream on his Instagram account, had reached incredible numbers with his hype.
“I’m a living legend!”
Showing off the watch worth more than half a million dollars he wore on his arm, the 6ix9ine proved that he can’t even fight people who don’t have it because he’s not on the same level as them.
The 24-year-old rapper, who said he was watched 5 million views in an hour and was king, attributed people’s anger about him to his comeback. “They’re angry because they thought I was finished and they didn’t think I could come back. None of you could have done that. Greetings to Tory, Drake, Bad Bunny, none of you could have done that. None of you could make a deal with the government and go out. Stop messing with me.”
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