New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine isn't staying cooped up - at all. The hip-hop star has social media's attention after turning up in a nightclub with his girlfriend Jade and her sister Baddie Gi.
Tekashi 6ix9ine Hits Club W/ Jade + Baddie Gi
6ix9ine’s ride or die girlfriend went to her Instagram page to share the must-see footage. While the majority of time it’s just Jade dancing with a friend and Baddie, 6ix9ine does make a cameo at the end with his arm around the popular vixen.
It looks like Tekashi 6ix9ine is having the time of his life following his comeback teasing. His girlfriend Jade goes to her Instagram Story with initial Super Bowl weekend footage celebrating with sister Baddie Gi and another friend. Tekashi makes a brief cameo at the beginning but then makes his presence felt at the end of the footage.
Funk Flex Shows 6ix9ine Love
A few days ago, Hot 97 radio veteran Funkmaster Flex took to his Instagram to let his feelings be known about 6ix9ine’s new music. FF said while he didn’t see himself playing the track on the radio, it still goes hard.
“I’m not going to play this… BUT this is thumping! Just My Opinion!”
Tekashi 6ix9ine Reveals Hiatus Truth
Last week, 6ix9ine revealed he was back-back. The hip-hop star came forward to let the world know he was finally in the spotlight again after taking months off with an unexpected hiatus. 6ix9ine hopped back on Instagram to do his best to break the Internet. In addition to hinting at new music dropping if his post reached 100,000 comments – which surpassed over 235k in just hours – Tek teased a new song and revealed both a full body filled with tattoos and a fresh beard.
“ARE YOU READY????? 😈😈😈 100,000 comments if you want this right now ‼️‼️ I TOOK ENOUGH TIME OFF TO SHOW YOU THIS INTERNET SH*T IS BORING WITHOUT ME 🔥🔥🤬😡😡🤬 S*CK MY D*CK”
Showtime Set To Air ‘Supervillain’ About Tekashi 6ix9ine
The controversial rapper’s life has been especially crazy over the last few years since he became famous. Premium TV network Showtime is telling its version of the tale in Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine, a three-part series beginning Feb. 21.
Official trailer for Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine
The Supervillain docuseries is directed by Karam Gill, who is known for a couple projects related to hip-hop. He directed Ice Cold, about the link between jewelry and rap culture; and G-Funk, about the groundbreaking 1990s West Coast sound.
“This series is bigger than 6ix9ine. It’s a cautionary tale about manufactured celebrity and how when our society allows Supervillains to rise, the collateral damage can be massive. In the era of Trump and the Jan. 6 insurrection, understanding and analyzing these stories is extremely important.” (Karam Gill)