Tekashi 6ix9ine Says The Whole World Is Watching Billboard As 'GOOBA' Grows In Popularity
If you've been following the entertainment news headlines over the last few weeks, you'd know that Tekashi 6ix9ine has been atop of them continuously ever since he was released from prison to home confinement for the remainder of his sentence.
Hot New Hip Hop reported that with the release of "GOOBA," 6ix9ine has been quite adamant in his own success. Moreover, the rapper has been busy causing all kinds of trouble on social media, at least with the rappers and entertainers in the industry.
Before he was incarcerated for his involvement with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, Tekashi 6ix9ine was all about numbers and his own success.
Earlier today, Tekashi called out Billboard, stating that on account of his successful "GOOBA" YouTube video, there's no doubt that he'll top the charts and push other artists out of the top positions.
Unfortunately, the post has since been deleted.
According to Hot New Hip Hop, Tekashi 6ix9ine is currently up against Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande's collaboration for the number one position on the Hot 100.
Because DUMMY BOY never went to number one on account of an error when counting sales, Tekashi took to his IG to tell Billboard that the whole world is watching them right now. 6ix9ine wrote, "the world is watching very closely," before going on to show his respect for the organization.
According to 6ix9ine, he and his fans are dominating every platform in the world right now "by a landslide." He added that "the numbers are there and to be looked at," including the fact he hasn't been promoted on the radio either.
With that said, Tekashi noted that all of his songs are being streamed like crazy on the internet. Furthermore, Hernandez insinuated that it would be a tragedy to believe there were companies out there purchasing spins on the radio and "manipulating bundles" to get more numbers.
6ix9ine added that it was "still early," but the whole world is watching them. As it was previously reported, Tekashi reportedly beat Eminem's song, "Killshot," for the fastest viewed Youtube Video with the release of "GOOBA."