New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine doesn’t have to worry about having smoke for YouTube anymore. The hip-hop star went online this week to announce there’s no longer a restriction on his jaw-dropping new “YAYA” music video.
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Heading into Monday, Tekashi hit up Instagram to deliver the big news. 6ix9ine said fans didn’t have to worry about getting restricted from viewing his third post-prison music video and encouraged them to keep the views growing.
“YOUTUBE UNBLOCKED THE RESTRICTION ‼️‼️‼️ NOW LETS GO RUN UP THESE NUMBERS 💙💜💚🧡🤍🖤💛 CLICK THE LINK IN MY BIO” -Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Instagram
This past Saturday, Tekashi went online to acknowledge his house arrest was nearly finished and showed his videos all came from his living room. The clip even revealed the sets, paints and teamwork involved in his productions.
“SO HOUSE ARREST IS COMING TO AN END…. AND I WANT TO SAY THANK YOU TO ALL MY FANS…. I CREATED AND BROKE A WHOLE BUNCH OF RECORDS FROM MY LIVING ROOM….. YAYA WAS THE LAST OF THE HOUSE ARREST SAGA …… I LOVE YOU TO ALL MY FANS 💙💜💚❤️🧡💛🖤🤍 .. YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST I MADE THE BEST OF WHAT I HAD FROM MY LIVING ROOM AND WE STILL WENT NUMBER 1 WE STILL WENT PLATINUM COMING HOME FROM JAIL I LOVE YOU ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️” -Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
Tekashi went to Instagram hours prior and didn’t hold back on blowing up on YouTube for restricting his “YAYA” music video. Despite feeling like the digital powerhouse stopped his greatness, 6ix9ine’s video still had millions of views less than 24 hours after its premiere.
“THE VIDEO IS RESTRICTED THEY DOING ANYTHING TO STOP ME AND WE STILL SH*TTIN ON THESE N*GGAS 💚🧡❤️💜💙💛🖤🤍 MI GENTE LOS AMO ‼️‼️‼️” -Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Instagram
Before You Go
Last Friday, Tekashi stayed true to his promise of delivering a final music video and song before waiting out the remainder of his house arrest. The clip featured him turning all the way up and surrounded by curvy vixen.
Controversy-trolling rapper 6ix 9ine has dropped the third single and video since he was released from prison early due to coronavirus concerns. Like the first two, “Gooba” and “Trollz,” this one was filmed and recorded in non-social-distanced lockdown, features lots of booty and bright colors, and, for whatever reason, milk. (Variety)