Rapper Future Attacks Tekashi 6ix9ine After Sara Molina Was Spotted Out With Rich The Kid

Rapper Future Attacks Tekashi 6ix9ine After Sara Molina Was Spotted Out With Rich The Kid
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Before his release, Tekashi 6ix9ine, née Daniel Hernandez, 23, promised the judge that he wouldn't return to trolling people on social media, but it appears he has already gone back to old ways.

Since the rapper's return home amid the coronavirus pandemic, 6ix9ine has dropped a brand new song and accompanying music video for "GOOBA."

Hernandez has been all over the headlines for a number of reasons, some positive, and some negative. For instance, earlier this month, it was reported by several outlets that Tekashi's song, "GOOBA," broke several records including the previous one set by Eminem.

Moreover, 6ix9ine set the record for the most amount of views on an Instagram Livestream among any hip-hop artist. It was formerly held by Tory Lanez. These days, 6ix9ine has been feuding with the Atlanta artist, Future, rather than Meek Mill like last week.

In addition to fighting with Meek Mill, Rich the Kid, Chet Hanks, YG, and 50 Cent, Tekashi and Future are now at each other's throats on social media. Tekashi got Future involved when he asked him how to handle a woman claiming to be the mother of his baby.

The exchange heated up when Future spotted Sara Molina getting into a car with Rich the Kid. Future wrote on Twitter that they were "using n*gga's baby momma as props now," before going on to say that Sara belonged "to the streets."

The Atlanta rapper then took a four-hour break from Twitter but came back to the platform to unleash even more tweets. It's unclear why Future cares so much about Tekashi 6ix9ine and Sara Molina, but regardless, they are engaging in a feud.

Part of the reason why Tekashi 6ix9ine has sparked so much animosity in the hip-hop community is for the way he snitched on his former associates in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. Hernandez had another side to the story, however.

While addressing his very prolific court case, Hernandez claimed during his Livestream that there was no loyalty between himself and the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. They slept with his baby momma, stole money from him, tried to kidnap his family, and more.

Putting it simply, Tekashi felt no obligation to defend them and go to prison for the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, especially not for life.

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