Tekashi 6ix9ine Drops New Song Following His Imprisonment
Even though the world is on lockdown right now, Tekashi 6ix9ine, née Daniel Hernandez, is still dropping brand new music. The rapper, 24, reportedly released a song this Friday and it was advertised on a billboard in Times Square claims the New York Post.
Furthermore, the young rapper was also slated to appear for an Instagram Live session around 3:00 pm. As you may already know, Daniel Hernandez was imprisoned for his involvement with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.
He copped a deal with the federal prosecutors by revealing all the information they wanted. Unfortunately for 6ix9ine, his reputation took a tremendous hit in the hip-hop community. His luck has since been a lot more pronounced, considering he was able to secure an early release on account of the coronavirus.
Daniel reportedly suffers from asthma, which is a preexisting condition that may prove problematic if he catches the coronavirus. Since he was let out of the big house, Tekashi 6ix9ine has been busy working on new tracks at home.
This past month, Tekashi 6ix9ine was given permission by a federal judge to record music videos from the comfort of his own home. Tekashi was warned by the judge previously not to get involved on social media as he was in the past.
As fans of the rapper know, he has fostered a reputation on the internet for being somewhat of a troll. Judge Paul Engelmayer wrote in his declaration that he was allowed to work on his career within the confines of his own home.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has been in the media headlines repeatedly over the last few months. On the 5th of May, Bridget Hill picked up on a report from Hot New Hip Hop in which it was revealed that Sara Molina, his baby momma, claimed he was trying to hide his money from her to avoid paying child support.
According to Molina, he learned how to hide his money from the authorities and from her via 50 Cent. Ironically, around the same time, 50 Cent claimed he wasn't open to the idea of collaborating with Tekashi 6ix9ine anytime soon.