One week from now, the New York rapper will share his first venture since his jail discharge
Tekashi 6ix9ine has declared his first new collection since he was delivered from jail recently. The album is called Tattle Tales and it comes out September 4.
Snitch Tales is 6ix9ine’s follow-up to 2018’s DUMMY BOY. The new collection incorporates “GOOBA” and his Nicki Minaj cooperation “TROLLZ.”
6ix9ine was captured on government charges racketeering charges in November 2018. He at first argued not liable but rather changed his request in February 2019 when he consented to help out government examiners. The rapper inevitably affirmed for a few days against supposed pack individuals, who were seen as liable after his declaration.
Eventually, 6ix9ine was condemned to two years in jail, with the sentence planned to end in August 2020. Before that date, he was conceded an early delivery due to COVID-19.
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