Tekashi 6ix9ine is back with new music, new tattoos, and a new beard, after taking a five-month hiatus from social media.
On Thursday, the Infamous rapper posted to Instagram with a snippet of him rapping along to an unreleased song.
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“I TOOK ENOUGH TIME OFF TO SHOW YOU THIS INTERNET SHIT IS BORING WITHOUT ME 🔥🔥🤬😡😡🤬,” wrote 6ix9ine in the caption of the Instagram post.
The “GOOBA’’ rapper also wrote that if the post received 100,000 comments he’d release the song. While the comments have surpassed 200,000, we have yet to receive the song in its entirety, nor do we have a release date or a name for the song.
His appearance was noticeably different from when he was last seen. 6ix9ine is now sporting a black beard and various new tattoos, including numerous 69s all over his body.
The song features a sample of Megan the Stallion’s iconic “body ody ody,” lyrics.
While the unreleased song is nothing short of 6ix9ine fashion, some lyrics are questionable considering the fact that the rapper is currently on probation.
6ix9ine was charged with possession of a firearm, assault with a dangerous weapon, racketeering, and conspiracy to murder. He served time at Queens Detention Center in New York, but was released back in April due to an asthmatic condition and concerns with COVID-19.
Following his release, Dawn Florio, the rapper’s attorney, told TMZ that 6ix9ine would no longer promote gangs, participate in internet trolling or start fights with other rappers. However, the artist reverted to his old antics of trolling and even started beef with Lil Durk and claimed he exploited the murder of King Von to boost music sales.
While 6ix9ine is free in some sense, he is confined to his home where he will complete the remainder of his sentence. However, this gives the artist an opportunity to focus on pushing out new content.
Back in September 6ix9ine released his album “TattleTales,” but it did not meet sale expectations. Many believe the failure of the album was what led to his social media hiatus.
Regardless, the colorful rapper isn’t leaving the public eye anytime soon. Showtime will release a docuseries on the ups and downs of the star’s career. “Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine,” will premiere Sunday, February 12 at 10/9c.