Welp, that was fast. The video Tekashi was filming JUST THIS MORNING is already up out in the ether — as in, it’s up on YouTube mere hours after shooting it. The song’s called “PUNANI” and it features T69 and a bunch of his on-set buddies cruising…
Like two peas in a pod.
He must've forgotten about the time he pleaded guilty to a felony count of use of a child in a sexual performance.
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Tekashi 6ix9ine can rest easy wherever he’s holed up these days. Despite a request for release, the man who kidnapped the Brooklyn rapper will not be getting out of the bing anytime soon.
Anthony “Harv” Ellison wanted out early out of fears of catching COVID-19 while locked up. Apparently, the judge wasn’t having it, siding with prosecutors who claim he is basically a menace to society.
Reports Page Six:
Federal prosecutors argued in court papers filed Friday that Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s kidnapper is a violent high-ranking member of the Nine Trey gang and could be a menace to the community if sprung from prison due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“His leadership role in an incredibly violent gang, his participation in a gunpoint kidnapping and robbery, and his horrific slashing of an unarmed and unsuspecting victim — all illustrate the continuing danger Ellison would pose to the community if his application were granted,” wrote prosecutor Michael Longyear of defendant Anthony “Harv” Ellison.
A jury convicted Ellison in October 2019 of the gunpoint kidnapping and robbery of Tekashi and the ear-to-chin slashing of a rival’s face a few months later.
And that’s on that.
Ellison’s lawyers—who claimed he was asthmatic—were asking that he be granted $ 200,000 bond and placed on house arrest. Ellison, who was convicted thanks to Tekashi’s testimony against him, is awaiting sentencing and facing 30 years to life for his crimes.
As for Tekashi, he was granted an early release into house arrest and reportedly recently asked for permission to shoot a music video in his backyard. We couldn’t make this stuff up if we tried.
"Why everybody callin me a snitch?"
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Tekashi 6ix9ine still isn’t clear of all his legal troubles. A Miami rapper is suing the infamous snitch over his hit song “Stoopid.”
Yung Gordon is coming for his coins because the Brooklyn rapper and his producer used his vocals for the song without bothering to tell him, allegedly.
Reports Page Six:
Rapper Yung Gordon, whose real name is Seth Gordon, filed his copyright infringement lawsuit in Brooklyn federal court just weeks after a Manhattan judge sentenced Tekashi to two years in prison on racketeering charges.
Certain versions of “Stoopid,” released in October 2018, contain a snippet of Gordon belting out a few lines, his lawsuit charges.
“Y’all already know, it be the boy Yung Gordon/ You rockin’ with Take Money Promotions/ Ay Take Money Promotions/ Give ’em that new s–t, no fool s–t/ Oh Yeah, let’s go,” Gordon raps in versions of “Stoopid” that have been taken down from the Spotify streaming-music service.
Gordon says he emailed the 9-second “drop” to Tekashi’s producer — and says he was never advised that it would be used in the song prior to its release.
It is unspecified how much money Gordon is seeking. But considering Tekashi already has a new record deal despite not being due to be released until this summer, he’s looking for the bag.
Tekashi was originally going to do 47 years in the bing for drug conspiracy charges. However, the rapper took to the stand and started dropping dime on everybody. Because of his gratuitous, despite pleading guilty, a judge sentenced him to 2 years (including his time already served).
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"ID me? I can't. I'm on probation. I can't …Tell them I'm not here."
Tory Lanez isn’t the first and certainly won’t be the last recording artist to have his words misunderstood, especially when it comes to someone as revered as the late Tupac “2Pac” Shakur. During a recent interview, the Canadian crooner and spitter seemingly compared Tekashi 6ix9ine to ‘Pac and he obviously caught flack for it.
While sitting down with Tim Westwood earlier this week, Lanez spoke on Tekashi’s legal predicament and how it went down during the very height of his career similarly to 2Pac.
“The only n*gga who had sh*t like that popping was Tupac. When Tupac was in jail he dropped the biggest album. Not to say it was the biggest album of all fu*king time, but it was a pretty big moment. It’s sad he’s gotta be locked up during it, is all I’m saying,” Lanez said, while mentioning Tekashi’s features such as Nicki Minaj and Kanye West.
Fans have been giving Lanez grief over the comment, but he fired back with a not so friendly missive himself.
“I did not compare 6ix9ine to 2 pac … I just said they both dropped big albums from jail at the level of fame that they had . Get off my dick,” Lanez tweeted on Tuesday (Dec. 4).
Welp, that settles that.
No gangsta's paradise.
The hits keep coming.
Tekashi69’s got a date with the judge — he got a trial date in court Monday morning after he entered a plea in his federal racketeering case. The rapper — who has been behind bars since Nov. 18 — was in court, where he entered a not guilty plea. The…
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Problems are piling up for Tekashi69 as he sits in prison — his old booking agents are threatening to sue AND claim the money he’s trying to use for bail is cash he owes them. MTA Booking is pissed at the rapper for making what it calls “malicious” and…
Cops busted the man they believe pistol-whipped Tekashi69 and kidnapped him … TMZ has learned. Federal agents arrested Anthony Jamel Ellison a week ago on a federal warrant. According to docs, obtained by TMZ, a grand jury indicted Ellison on 1 count…
UPDATE: Now it's got a title.
While Hip-Hop police patiently wait on Tekashi 6ix9ine to touch down in New York, the Brooklyn rapper is out on a world tour living his best troll life.
Such is the case for his Bobby Shmurda assisted visuals to “Stoopid” which finds 6ix9ine enjoying the lavish life in Dubai where he rides an ATV through the desert and does a weird “Elaine” dance in his underwear. Bobby meanwhile phoned in his verse from the bing.
Back in the east coast of the US, Dave East is living his best life in his own right as he burns on some sticky while patrolling his upscale residence in his clip to “Yes Indeed (East Mix).”
Check out the rest of todays drops including work from A$ AP Ant featuring Marino Gang, Renni Rucci featuring Lil Yachty, and more.
TEKASHI 6IX9INE FT. BOBBY SHMURDA – “STOOPID”
DAVE EAST – “YES INDEED (EAST MIX)”
A$ AP ANT FT. MARINO GANG – “SHAY SHAY”
RENNI RUCCI FT. LIL YACHTY – “COLD HEARTED”
FARID BANG, TEKASHI 6IX9INE, CAPO & SCH – “INTERNATIONAL GANGSTAS”
RASHEED CHAPPELL – “MY EPIC (PORTRAITS)”
BLUEFACE – “RESPECT MY CRYPN”
RICO PRESSLEY FT. SWAE LEE – “BETTY BOOP”
RICH – “MANU”
MONEY YAYA – “OH OKAY”
Future sure does love throwing a mansion party where the women are half-naked and don’t mind twerking.
In his NSFW visual to “WIFI LIT” that’s exactly how things play out plus more as the women attending find themselves not only participating in a party but also making some soft porn with Future in the director’s chair. Future going for an AVN Award this year?
Tekashi 6ix9ine meanwhile decided to take a break from gangsta rap and get his Spanglish on and make auto-tuned joints for the thick women of Mexico in his Anuel AA assisted clip to “BEBE.” Even though he’s 50’s man he seems to be going down the same road Ja Rule did. Just sayin.’
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FUTURE – “WIFI LIT”
TEKASHI 6IX9INE FT. ANUEL AA – “BEBE”
BLACK EYED PEAS – “CONSTANT PART 1 & 2”
YOUNG DOLPH FT. KEY GLOCK – “MAJOR”
TEAMARR – “ONE JOB”
COUNTRY BOYZ – “BLACK MASK”
Apparently he's not a fan.
It’s been 6 years since Trayvon Martin was murdered for being Black in Amerikkka and while some people have forgotten why his murder was such a big deal, Black Thought has not.
For his visual to “Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story,” the Illadelphia MC pays tribute to the memory of Martin while reminding everyone that racism still runs rampant and unchecked all across the US.
Back in New York Tekashi 6ix9ine links up with Nicki Minaj for his clip to “FEFE” where the two play patty cake and share an ice cream cone. Wouldn’t be surprised if them goons that got 6ix9ine over the weekend would’ve made him run his ice cream cone too had he been eating one in that whip. SMH.
Check out the rest of todays drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Mya, Mario, and more.
BLACK THOUGHT – “REST IN POWER: THE TRAYVON MARTIN STORY”
TEKASHI 6IX9INE FT. NICKI MINAJ – “FEFE”
MYA – “DAMAGE”
MARIO – “DROWNING”
LIL DUKE FT. OFFSET – “DOUBLE”
UFO361 FT. QUAVO – “VVS”
LIL REESE – “GOTTA BE”
BUDDY – “TROUBLE ON CENTRAL”
ZHU, TAME IMPALA – “MY LIFE”
CALEB BROWN – “AMERICAN BULLDOZER”
Wiz Khalifa seems to have expensive taste and he’s not even being coy about it.
Politicking in what seems to be a private estate, Wiz Khalifa blows on some smoke and tells you the exact cost of almost everything he has in his clip to “Hunnid Bands.”
Speaking of big paper, the most popular/polarizing rapper in New York, Tekashi 6ix9ine, heads to the Dominican Republic and hands out money to the people living in the struggle for his visuals to “Gotti.” He ain’t give out $ 20 bills either. It was big face Benny’s for everyone. Props.
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Princess Nokia, Young Wisdom featuring Holden, and more.