On Sunday night, the Instagram account with the rainbow hair posted an invitation for anyone to come meet him in New York City. The rapper revealed the precise location of the landing of his aircraft. He did, however, admit that, in case anyone wanted to confront him, he was alone and carrying $1 million in cash.
“I’m in route to New York. I’m alone and have a million dollars on me and my mother. I copied and pasted what the jet lady texted to me. Arriving:6:45PM
He wrote, “Airport: Signature Flight 1 Airport Road, Morristown, NJ 07960. I’m with the child who made the video, but I swear he’s 5’4” and 140 pounds.
6ix9ine published a picture of himself in the post with a lot of money and jewelry. Three expensive sports cars were waiting for him when he arrived, which he also displayed.
Naturally, this was 6ix9ine’s latest attempt to rile up everybody who has ever voiced a critical opinion of him. Prior to releasing new music, he previously employed these online strategies in an effort to build momentum. These initiatives haven’t recently yielded the outcomes he had hoped for.
Shortly after, Akademiks interjected, cautioning his friend against disclosing his location.
Tekashi has discussed Gunna’s plea agreement on a number of platforms. He appeared on Clubhouse and Akademiks broadcasts to discuss Young Thug’s Alford plea and how it might impact his case as hip-ostensible hop’s resident expert in collaborating. Additionally, he trollingly slid under Gunna’s post, but that was to be expected.