Tekashi69 Confirms Lil Yachty Collaboration On The Way

Tekashi69 himself has been taking some heat from some rap fans who accused him of releasing trash music. “Then the sales came back and it did 44,000 first week and I was devastated and so confused, I worked so hard,” he told Paper mag. The “Kooda” rapper, born Daniel Hernandez, is facing years in prison after taking a plea deal for “three felony counts of Use of a Child in a Sexual Performance.” He was 18 years old at the time of the incident and the victim was 13. In New York, the crime carries a minimum sentence of 15 years. So can this two controversial rappers turn their image around with this new joint they have coming. Think they got a ?? “But I disconnected with my fans because I tried to do this other stuff, you know?”
Aside from dropping some new music, Tekashi69 has been dealing with some ongoing legal troubles. Don’t get to hype cause I’ll kill this n**** and then finish myself idc no more. Tekashi69, aka 6ix9ine, has confirmed that a collaboration with Lil Yachty is on the way. 6ix9ine has been having a steady climb in hip hop over the last year, but Yachty has had a bit of a tumultuous year with disappointed sales numbers for his debut album Teenage Emotions. Lil Yachty opened up about the dismal first-week sales of his album Teenage Emotion, saying that he was confused at first. He was also given the face of whack rappers last year and believe me there were plenty. The New York MC announced on Instagram that he and Yachty has some fire coming out tomorrow. #lilyachty x #tekashi69 on the way. together
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Tekashi69 Drops “Kooda” Video Says He Is Not Gay

Recently has been battling with rumors that he is gay and on Tuesday he dismissed those rumors with a single post on Instagram. Tekashia69, whose real name Daniel Hernandez, recently copped a plea deal for an ongoing sexual misconduct case in New York. “People think I’m gay.. He was facing several years in prison after being charged for “three felony counts of Use of a Child in a Sexual Performance.” He was 18 when the alleged rape took place with a female who was reportedly 13 at the time. I think I’m cool .. I can count to 10 wit my eyes closed,” he wrote. The 21-year-old Brooklyn rapper taste mainstream success this year with his “Gunmo” single and now he is lookinng to push his next single “Kooda.” The dark video features 6ix9ine taking to the streets with members from both the Bloods and Crips gang partying in the same place. Tekashi69 drops his “Kooda” music video and is insisting that he is not gay. He recently revealed that he made the video with zero budget. #6ix9ine addresses if he’s homosexual
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Tekashi69 (6ix9ine) Faces Years In Prison For Sexual Misconduct With Child

  “As someone with a 3-year-old daughter we take this very seriously… Their whole thing was to try to slander his name and make him look terrible.”
The crime can be punishable by up to 15 years in New York, but since he took a deal it could be considerably less. There are some rumors that she was 13 at the time. The colorful rapper is now facing years in prison after pleading guilty to three felony child sex charges. “[Tekashi69] doesn’t even like to say the R word [rape], we don’t play around with that sh*t,” the statement reads. Back in August of this year, a PR rep for Tekashi69 released a statement denying the charges laid out against him. Tweet
Tekashi69, aka 6ix9ine, has been dealing with rumors of him being a child sex predator and now it turns out there is some truth to it. According to a recent report from Genius, Tekashi69, real name, Daniel Hernandez, took a plea deal for “three felony counts of Use of a Child in a Sexual Performance.” Hernandez was 18 at the time of the incident, but the victim’s age was not specified except to say that she was underage.