Tekashi 6ix9ine managed to make a reputation for himself for his specific model of self-promotion. The rapper marketed his model by way of trolling different performing artists and poking enjoyable at music business ways.
Even although 6ix9ine was put away for telling on his former associates within the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, the rapper has pointed fingers at different members of the rap neighborhood who’ve ostensibly finished the identical factor.
Either means, it’s been reported by a number of shops over the previous few weeks that the hype surrounding Tekashi 6ix9ine has since died down. Especially contemplating revered members of the hip-hop neighborhood have refused to conduct interviews with him.
During a brand new dialog with Fox 5 New York, Tekashi sat down with reporters and mirrored on his ascension to fame, in addition to what it was like to sit down behind bars. The rapper admitted he as soon as thought of killing himself.
6ix9ine admitted that different individuals could have tried to kill themselves had they been in the same place. He claims he thought of taking his personal life too. There was a lot strain on him whereas he was sitting behind bars, the rapper defined.
6ix9ine says he requested himself, “when is this going to come to an end?” The silver lining to his battle is that he managed to come back out loads stronger than he was earlier than. According to Tekashi 6ix9ine, “God” has constructed him to be extremely robust.
The rapper, also called Daniel Hernandez, alluded to the infamous saying, “what doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger,” when he claimed he’s now able to tackle any problem. He’s on the “peak” of his psychological wellbeing. Hernandez says he is aware of he’ll be tremendous.
This comes after Tekashi’s newest document, Tattle Tales, didn’t carry out in addition to he had hoped. Estimates declare that his latest challenge would solely transfer round 50,000 models, slightly than the preliminary projections of 150,000.
Hernandez later posted a video of himself within the streets of New York handing out copies of his latest project.