Is 6ix9ine “fully performed” as Ebro Darden defined?
One of the hip-hop radio personalities thinks so Tekashi 69 is “completely done”. While his mind may be shadowed by his beef with the rapper, he can be on something.
Tekashi 6ix9ine was the troll in hip hop and has had quite a presence on the streets and on social media. It was his favorite pastime fighting other rappers like Meek Mill, Lil Durk and others.
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And while we’ve been very popular all over the world, something may have changed in the last month. Hotnewhiphop notes that the rainbow-haired rapper seems to have disappeared after “his album in the charts”.
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Tekashi 6ix9ine has shared a few posts on social media, including a video of him handing out free CD copies of his album in the middle of the street. But it’s been more than six weeks since he was completely MIA on his Instagram account, which was always filled with fresh content. Could he plan something?
Ebro Darden doesn’t think 6ix9ine is low for a comeback. In fact, the radio personality believes this was for the rapper. So he went to Twitter to give his opinion:
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“Name an artist who has been ‘poppin’ for the past three years and is now completely done,” asked the radio host, adding the mic drop line, “I’ll start. Tekashi 69.”
Name an artist who has been “poppin” for the last 3 years and is now completely finished…. I will start
– Kojo Ebro (@oldmanebro) October 26, 2020
To be honest, we knew Ebro was never a fan of 6ix9ine. It’s true that the rapper hasn’t done well since his “Trollz” hit with Nicki Minaj.
His album TattleTales only sold 53,000 copies in the first week, and while it’s a good figure for any artist, the rapper had previously laughed at artists selling the same amount. So it seems that his trolling taught him something about karma.
Even so, while Tekashi sits back, documentaries are still in the works on him, including “Supervillain,” which will debut in 2021. The question remains, however … Is 6ix9ine “completely done” or not?