6ix9ine Relocates After His Address Leaks

  /  05.10.2020

6ix9ine is on the move.

Just a month after being released from prison to home confinement, the rapper has already relocated after his address leaked online.

His lawyer, Dawn Florio, confirmed to XXL that Tekashi has moved after his new residence in Long Island was made public. 6ix9ine shared video of himself standing on a white deck while flaunting his wealth, including stacks of cash and millions of dollars in jewelry.

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His neighbor also happened to notice him filming on his balcony and posted a video to social media. “6ix9ine, he moved into the house behind me. He’s taking pictures on the back deck,” said the teenage girl while 6ix9ine appeared through her window.

After the address of the home leaked, police were called to his residence to help relocate him. In one photo, four Long Island police cars can be seen parked in front of Tekashi’s house.

The 24-year-old rapper has been a target since cooperating with the feds and snitching on members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods as part of his racketeering case. He was released from prison early on April 2 because he was vulnerable to the coronavirus and placed in home confinement.

On Friday, Tekashi released his new single “GOOBA” and returned to Instagram to address his haters and his snitching. “Listen, I snitched, I ratted, but who was I supposed to be loyal to?” he told his two million viewers, while showing off millions in jewelry and boasting about his car purchases.

In addition to breaking the Instagram Live record, “GOOBA” broke the record for most YouTube views for a hip-hop music video in the first 24 hours with 43 million views, besting Eminem’s “Killshot” clip.


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