Tekashi 6ix9ine flaunts tattoos and brags 'Internet s**t is boring without him', trolls want him 'shadowbanned’

Tekashi 6ix9ine shared a short video on his Instagram account straight from what appears to be his studio where he debuted his new music

                            Tekashi 6ix9ine flaunts tattoos and brags 'Internet s**t is boring without him', trolls want him 'shadowbanned’
Tekashi 6ix9ine (Getty Images)

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine made a surprise comeback on social media after he posted a video snippet on his official Instagram account on Thursday, February 4. The rapper with rainbow-colored hair is one of the most controversial figures in hip-hop and he teased new music along with new tattoos and a beard.

The 24-year-old rapper, however, was soon dragged on the Internet for his new look and new music. Social media users brutally trolled the ‘Gooba’ hitmaker. Tekashi69 vanished from social media in September 2020 following a health scare. He was arrested in 2018 on charges related to his involvement with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. He pleaded guilty in January 2019 and testified against members of his former gang members in September, which led to his sentence being brought down to 24 months by a federal judge.


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Rapper Tekashi69, real name Daniel Hernandez and also known as 6ix9ine, arrives for his arraignment on assault charges in County Criminal Court #1 at the Harris County Courthouse on August 22, 2018, in Houston, Texas (Getty Images)

Tekashi returns to Instagram after six months

Tekashi, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, shared a short video on his official Instagram account straight from what appears to be his studio. He can be seen sipping on cold coffee as he raps to his new song which he teased for his 24M followers on the photo-sharing app. In the caption, Tekashi claimed that the Internet was boring without him and asked if his fans were ready for his new music. “ARE YOU READY????? 100,000 comments if you want this right now. TOOK ENOUGH TIME OFF TO SHOW YOU THIS INTERNET S**T IS BORING WITHOUT ME. SUCK MY D**K.”

Tekashi can be seen lip-syncing to his new song where he goes, “Are you dumb?/ You ain’t spin the block, you a damn lock,” he scream-raps. “Suck a dick/You ain’t kill shit, you got ya - shot/You ain’t feelin’ shit ’cause we was killin’ shit.” The controversial rapper was also spotted with new “69” tattoos all over his torso as he debuted his heavy dark beard on social media. He also debuted two full-arm sleeves tattoos with many 69s surrounded by colorful patterns on one arm, and darker X shapes and squiggles on the other. His newly-teased music will be a follow-up to his second album ‘Tattle Tales’, which was released in September 2020. 

Rapper 6ix9ine performs at Power 105.1's Powerhouse 2018 at Prudential Center on October 28, 2018, in Newark, New Jersey (Getty Images)



Internet wants Tekashi to be shadowbanned

As soon as Tekashi shared his comeback video on Instagram, a lot of social media users rushed to Twitter to brutally troll the rapper over his music and new looks. Speaking on the same lines, one user posted, “They should put 6ix9ine on one of those Elon Musk test rockets.” Another shared, “6ix9ine should be shadowbanned from the whole damn industry at this point.” One user posted, “i seen 6ix9ine trending and i finally thought it was his turn to die” while the next one asserted, “6ix9ine sold 38 copies first week and went ghost for 6 months.” One said, “this dude 6ix9ine really disappeared and came bacc outa nowhere all tatted up plus w a beard and a weak ass mustache.” Another added, “Lmao 6ix9ine disappeared because he flopped and instead of coming back with a fresh sound, he comes back with the same bullshit some new tattoos and Abraham Lincoln beard LOL.”







Tekashi69 enjoys a huge fan following despite all the memes and controversies surrounding his rap career. Fans can now have a closer look at his life, all thanks to a brand new three-part docuseries titled ‘Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine'. The new project will shed light on his rise to notoriety as a convicted criminal.