6ix9ine My mom still thinks im a winner

tekashi 6ix9ine's sophomore collection Snitches debut at No. 4 on the Announcement 200 diagram, putting him at a lower debut than the late Squeeze WRLD and Pop Smoke Tekashi 6ix9ine is gradually grasping the expense of all the debate he caused among individuals from the hip-jump network. Following the lackluster showing of his most recent collection "Snitch Stories", the rainbow-haired nark is minimizing his failure by sadfishing — "my mother despite everything thinks im a champ" — and consideration looking for tricks. 6ix9ine's Bulletin 200 introduction at #4 was so supposedly so unremarkable, his previous opponents Pop Smoke and Squeeze WRLD outflanked him with their after death records 'Go For The Stars, Focus on The Moon' and Legends Never Kick the bucket, individually. The pair has stayed on the outline with their July delivers, and curiously, Tekashi trolled their prosperity months prior while envisioning his own. "I'm shocked I didn't kick the bucket yet," said Tekashi at that point. "However, it's not all that awful being dead the way ya uphold the craftsman after they pass on. #fakelove." Now, be that as it may, bounty are killed and tired of Tekashi's image, not in any event, pretending support for his work. He was spotted almost a New York Metro station giving out cd's, subtitling the IG video "Somehow Imma power ya to tune in to this! Since ya aint need to get it." Turning to constraining his collection on outsiders may assist drive with homing the point for 6ix9ine that he's basically been debased. Only weeks back, he was taunting Pop Smoke and Squeeze WRLD. In any case, the outline rule of those darling craftsmen appears liable to overflow into 2021. Simultaneously, this most recent blow could spell a rehash of the "Trollz" impact, as his Nicki Minaj collab broke records with its #1 debut and again as it plunged 33 spots after its first week. What's your opinion of Tekashi's new collection? Here's a clasp of Tekashi 6ix9ine distributing his Albums in the roads of New York.

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