6ix9ine as soon as once more desires the world to imagine he’s broke even supposing he stays throughout social media flashing racks on racks on racks.
In an interview with TMZ Reside that dropped on Monday (April 18), 6ix9ine mentioned that in a current Instagram video, through which he could be seen flaunting $2 million in money, he used nothing greater than prop cash.
The admission to utilizing the fugazi money got here when the interviewers requested Tekashi in regards to the potential ramifications of flashing that type of dough round. Particularly since he not too long ago informed a decide that he would not have the $11.8 million that victims of a 2018 theft are in search of in damages in a civil lawsuit as a result of his involvement.
“I ain’t received it proper now,” 6ix9ine informed TMZ. “I ain’t received it, and that was prop cash. I mentioned I ain’t received it.”
6ix9ine then went on to clarify that his reasoning for exhibiting off the faux racks on social media is just to entertain his 21.7 million followers.
“Like I mentioned, I am an entertainer, and clearly, we speaking about it, so I did a reasonably good job at entertaining individuals,” he mentioned.
All through the course of the Instagram video in query, 6ix9ine could be seen strolling round a number of unique sports activities automobiles and actually making it rain with what he describes as a cool $2 million in money. He additionally defined that regardless that he was out of the sport for 2 years, he nonetheless can afford to maintain up together with his lavish way of life and promoted his new music video for “Gine,” which dropped on April 15.
“The Actual King of New York, I am again,” wrote 6ix9ine within the submit’s caption. “Ask them submit there home, they automobiles, they checking account. You do not dwell like this. I personal every thing, you guys lease. I took off rap 2 years. I may try this, y’all cannot. The Actual King of New York. Tomorrow Gine music video 3:00 PM japanese.”
Again in March of this 12 months, court docket paperwork confirmed that because the defendant in a civil lawsuit introduced forth by the aforementioned theft victims, 6ix9ine informed a decide that he is not earning money off of his music and that he lives his life in concern.
Since making his return to the rap recreation and social media, Tekashi has been making a ton of waves all through the trade, particularly on the subject of Fivio Overseas. The “GUMMO” rapper not too long ago took Fivi to process over the first-week gross sales for his debut album, B.I.B.L.E., in addition to the Brooklyn drill rapper’s claims that he’s the brand new King of New York.
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