Tekashi 6ix9ine Spotted Filming New Music Video After Release From Home Confinement
Followers of Tekashi 6ix9ine know he managed to get lucky after a court let him out of prison on account of the coronavirus. Even though he was permitted to stay at home for the remainder of his sentence, the court demanded he stay in home confinement until the 1st of August, which was yesterday.
Now that it's officially the second day of the month, Tekashi 6ix9ine is now allowed to leave his property and do whatever he chooses. While this seems like a great thing for Mr. Hernandez, it's more complicated due to his reputation as a "snitch."
The rapper has been publicly outed for telling the federal prosecutors everything they wanted to know, which has made him persona non grata in the hip-hop world. These days, social media commenters have been arguing that perhaps it's much better for 6ix9ine to stay at home to avoid being attacked.
Hot New Hip Hop says today that Tekashi 6ix9ine , however, is already outside and getting back to his usual routine. Reports from the outlet said he was recently spotted filming a new music video. The rapper smiles and appears to be having a great time in some of the leaked footage, obtained by DJ Akademiks.
As it was previously reported, 6ix9ine has been releasing a series of singles and projects. Moreover, Tekashi said he had a new album coming out sometime soon. Since he got out, 6ix9ine has gotten much closer to DJ Akademiks as well, a seemingly perfect friendship considering they're both polarizing figures.
The media personality claimed Hernandez had a new LP coming that would be in Spanish. More importantly, it's supposed to be more melodic than his usual aggressive-rapping style.
Despite the rapper's great spirits, his lawyers have warned him of the possible danger. For instance, this past week, his attorney-at-law, Lance Lazzaro, claimed Tekashi 6ix9ine would definitely have to be more careful.
He commented on how Hernandez has hired a private security team to follow him everywhere he goes. In the past, Hernandez has argued that had XXXTentacion hired a security team, maybe his life could've been saved.