In the words of ‘Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta’ star Karlie Redd, “It was all a lie!” Tekashi 6ix9ine is putting us in his business and cleared the air about flexing on the ‘gram. The ‘Gine’ rapper spoke to TMZ about his recent shenanigans online, revealing that things weren’t as they appeared. During the interview, he spoke with TMZ’s founder Harvey Levin and Co-Executive Producer Charles Latibeaudiere. The men inquired about 6ix9ine owing money for lawsuits and restitution after he recently showed off $2 Million in cash on the ‘gram.
“You owe like a million bucks in restitution, and I know that you told the judge that you just didn’t have it, at least that’s what I understand. Then you’re dumping like $2 Million. Are you not now a sitting duck to have that money seized?” Harvey asked “I ain’t got it right now. That was prop money,” 6ix9ine responded.
“I’m an entertainer, and obviously, we are talking about it, so I did a pretty good job entertaining people,” he replied. The rapper continued joking, saying that he has a degree in entertainment. As the conversation continued, he addressed his beef with Lil Durk, King Von, and Fivio Foreign.
6ix9ine explained that he never had a plan to go against the men but said that Fivio came at him first. He also mentioned Von talking about him on his posthumous album, ‘What It Means To Be King.’ Several Roommates commented that 6ix9ine was following in 50 Cent’s footsteps.
One commented, “He on his 50 s**t. Idk what you are talking about. Money where?” 6ix9ine stepped into The Shade Room, commenting, “50 Centt, this how you do it?” Although it wasn’t 50’s actual account, 6ix9ine is taking note of what people are saying. Roommates, do you think more rappers than 6ix9ine are flaunting fake money online?
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