6ix9ine goes silent after an argument with his baby momma

 



There was never any serious doubt that, even in prison, Tekashi69 would continue his rap career. Late last year, shortly before he was sentenced, he signed a new recording deal worth a reported $10 million. His lawyer said he had no intention of entering witness protection. The bigger question was whether his cooperation with law enforcement would undermine his tough-guy persona.

Chief Keef began experimenting with producing his music in 2014. Meaghan Garvey of The Fader noted this was fitting as the rapper has "always been more concerned with vibe than meaning, and production is his most efficient tool to create a mood without getting bogged down by pesky syntax."[34] In January, Chief Keef announced he was working on a new mixtape entitled Bang 3.[38] In February, he unveiled the cover art to his upcoming mixtape Back From The Dead 2 the sequel to his critically acclaimed mixtape, Back From The Dead.[39] During the month, Chief Keef said his former lean addiction and bad mixing contributed to the lack of quality music on his two mixtape projects Bang Pt. 2 and Almighty So and that he was disappointed in both projects.[40] Later in the month, he announced an EP before his second studio album Bang 3, entitled Bang 4, as a preview.[41] The following day, Fredo Santana announced he and Chief Keef were going to release an album collaboration.[42] In March, Keef released the first official single from Bang 3 entitled "Fuck Rehab" featuring his fellow Glo Gang artist and cousin Mario "Blood Money" Hess. This marked Hess's final recording before his death on April 9, 2014.[43] On March 14 Chief Keef released the official music video for "Fuck Rehab".[44] Although Interscope executive Larry Jackson announced that Bang 3 would be released on June 10, it was delayed again.[45]

"Why I keep hearing king of New York? Y'all are not the king of New York, look at the numbers," he says. "For the king of New York s--t, let's cut that out. Little boy, sit down. If you don't got this watch, I'm not beefing with anyone from New York. If you don't got this watch, you're a little boy to me. I'll kiss you on the forehead. King's home, it's over."

Tekashi 6ix9ine Contemplated Suicide While Behind BarsTekashi 6ix9ine has been telling it all in his recent interviews. In an interview with The Shade Room, the rainbow-haired rapper explained detail to detail the events that took place between himself and his inner circle with the Nine Trey Bloods. He also explains why he broke the street code and cooperated with authorities aka, snitched.6Share

He briefly stayed silent when news surfaced that his TattleTales record would do 45K to 50K its first week, far less than what was initially projected. 6ix9ine promoted his project heavily with the help of his trolling antics as he faced off with rappers like Lil Durk, Lil Reese, Lil Tjay, and more. It's reported that his bundling deals were negated by Billboard as the charting company has shared that they would be shifting the rules on how they counted sales. However, those changes were reportedly supposed to go into effect in October, but 6ix9ine believes he was targeted for previously calling out Billboard when he accused them of manipulating numbers to allow certain artists to take No. 1 spots.

R. Kelly requests prison release on bail as attacker confessesR. Kelly is requesting to be released from prison on bail after a fellow inmate confessed to attacking him last month. Last month, it was reported that Kelly was attacked in prison, with the singer’s lawyer saying: “Another inmate that had an issue with lockdown, got upset and simply attacked Robert.”247Share

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