Oday before dropping his GIN video on Youtube, Tekashi 6ix9ine took to social media to claim his position as King of New York despite a two-year hiatus from the rap game. The video, in which Tekashi counts $2 million in cash, comes amid a lawsuit filed by stream music for the same amount, claiming that the artist had ripped them off after giving up on two concerts.
Streamusic is an application that broadcasts live broadcasts, and its $2 million follows alleges that Tekashi bailed out two gigs they had previously agreed to, but never materialized. Music streaming service claims to have paid Tekashi $150,000 present two shows Hollywood in December 2021both supposed to be streamed on the app.
The company claims that Tekashi never responded in December when they wanted him to create promos on Instagram. After canceling the two scheduled concerts, the two parties agreed on a new agreement in Januarybut the same thing happened again.
Tekashi reportedly ignored seven letters from Streamusic trying to get him to fulfill the contract and ultimately failed to deliver a single performance. Midway through the trial, Tekashi apparently trolled the company by counting $2 million in cash a day before his music video was released.
Tekashi 6ix9ine troll Lil Durk
GIN’s music video already has nearly three million views on YouTube in less than 24 hours since its release. In the video, Tekashi shoots the rapper Lil Durkslyly a “subliminal message” to the 1:25 brand that says “Slide 4“, referring to king ofis murder.
Lil Durk, who notoriously fired Tekashi on Drake’s 2020 single “Laugh Now, Cry Later” said he wanted to avenge King Von’s death. In his song, Tekashi raps that Durk doesn’t do anything for his friend.
“You a bitch, I know you wouldn’t fly for your homie. I knew you wouldn’t go through your doley,” Tekashi raps.