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The Breakfast Club Denies Paying Tekashi 6ix9ine $500K For Interview

HipHopWired Featured Video Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Just when you thought there was no one left for Tekashi 6ix9ine to snitch on, the rainbow haired Hip-Hop pariah done went and roped The Breakfast Club into his ever-expanding web of alleged tattle-tellin.’ Yesterday The Breakfast Club addressed the rumor that Tekashi had spread in which he stated that the popular morning show had actually paid him to lock down an interview with him at the height of his popularity a few years back. Apparently the Henry Hill of Hip-Hop told Bobby Shmurda that The Breakfast Club coughed up a cool $500,000 to get that 2018 interview and even gets royalties from it’s views on YouTube. We’re not sure when this rumor even became a topic of discussion but Charlamagne and DJ Envy decided it was time...

Sunken Place Stool Pigeon Tekashi69 Sued For Not Paying His Armed Security, Allegedly

Source: PYMCA / Getty Tekashi’s reputation continues to sink farther and farther into the struggle. He is now being accused of finessing the folks who protected him when things got really hot. As spotted on Page Six, the Brooklyn rapper is facing his second lawsuit this month. Some of his former security detail claims he never paid them for their services. According to the article, the staff held him down back in 2018 after he got kidnapped and when he seemingly had problems with rappers on every coast. Metropolitan Patrol, an agency based out of California, filed papers again him on Monday, March 1 stating they were contracted by him on November 1, 2018, for protection. The documents declare that they watched his every move while he was in Los Angeles with armed officers and armored ...

Dancer Claims Professional Snitch Tekashi69 Hit Her With A Champagne Bottle At Strip Club

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital It seems Tekashi 6ix9ine might have to return to the place that made him infamous; the courtroom. A dancer has hit him with a lawsuit after he allegedly hit her. As spotted on TMZ, the Brooklyn native is being accused of doing the absolute most at a gentleman’s club in Miami. The write-up states that he and his crew paid a visit to the Gold Rush Cabaret, no relation to Nicky Santoro, on February 20. While enjoying the night out, things got a bit hairy after someone allegedly called him a snitch. Dancer Alexis Salaberrios says that the troll threw a champagne bottle at the individual who slandered him, but like many of his most recent songs, it missed. The bubbly ended up striking her in the head instead. As expected, she has filed legal paperwork see...

Snitch 101: Director Details Making Of ‘Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine’

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Snitches are said to get stiches but Hip-Hop’s biggest stool pigeon got a cable television film made about him. But the man behind it insists it doesn’t celebrate the rainbow haired troll. As spotted on Deadline, Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine has finally premiered and the public is now getting a better idea of how the Brooklyn native became Rap’s most notorious figure. The unauthorized three-part docuseries explores the roots of the first-generation Mexican and Puerto Rican kid from Bushwick, Brooklyn named Daniel Hernandez. In an exclusive interview director Karam Gill discusses how the project came to be. “Initially, I didn’t want to do the project… he’s not a person at first that I wanted to do a project on, but as I started to ...

Snitch 101: Director Details Making Of ‘Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine’

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Snitches are said to get stiches but Hip-Hop’s biggest stool pigeon got a cable television film made about him. But the man behind it insists it doesn’t celebrate the rainbow haired troll. As spotted on Deadline, Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine has finally premiered and the public is now getting a better idea of how the Brooklyn native became Rap’s most notorious figure. The unauthorized three-part docuseries explores the roots of the first-generation Mexican and Puerto Rican kid from Bushwick, Brooklyn named Daniel Hernandez. In an exclusive interview director Karam Gill discusses how the project came to be. “Initially, I didn’t want to do the project… he’s not a person at first that I wanted to do a project on, but as I started to ...

Troll TV: Showtime Debuts Tekashi 6ix9ine Docuseries Trailer

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Just when you thought Tekashi’s career went cold it looks like 2021 might give him an opportunity to heat up again. A major network is set to detail his story. As spotted on Vulture Showtime has released a first look at their forthcoming project on the Brooklyn performer. Titled Supervillain the project is slated to be a three-part docuseries that not only examines his rise to infamy in pop culture but also him taking the stand against his former friends and gang affiliates. According to the article the three installments are based on Stephen Witt’s January 2019 Rolling Stone feature “Tekashi 6ix9ine: The Rise and Fall of a Hip-Hop Supervillain.” The one-minute trailer incorporates different clips from his career including some live pe...

Slimeball Sensei Tekashi 6ix9ine Is Being Sued By Girl From His Child Porn Video

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Karma continues to come back to Tekashi in a major way. He is now being taken to court for sexually exploiting a teenage girl. As spotted on Page Six the Brooklyn troll might be facing another judge before the year is out. According to the report the 13-year-old girl who he exposed in a now infamous but very cringe worthy video has hit him with a legal suit. The rapper and a friend by the name of Tauquan “Tay Milly” Anderson allegedly took her to a party in Harlem on Feb. 21, 2015. She says the turn up got twisted when they reportedly drugged her and encouraged her to drink alcohol. She quickly found herself severely intoxicated to the point where she claims the duo easily took advantage and forced her to engage in sexual acts. Footage from this nigh...

8 Things We Learned From Trump Supporter Tekashi 6ix9ine In ‘The New York Times’

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Tekashi 6ix9ine has a lot of explaining to do. After avoiding decades behind bars for his participation in gang-related activities, the Hip-Hop troll has once again been unleashed on the masses and while the label of a “snitch” would be a career (and literal) death sentence in Hip-Hop’s prior years, the rainbow haired rapper is flourishing like never before in this current era. With many questions surrounding him since he was granted an early release a few months ago, The New York Times has just published Tekashi’s first post-prison interview. From the looks and sounds of things, he hasn’t changed a single bit. Continuing to bask in the attention he gets by mocking rival rappers, hoods, and haters, Hip-Hop’s “Henry Hill” has no regrets about joining the N...

Singer & Asthma Sufferer Tekashi 6ix9ine Caught Riding NYC Subway Without A Mask

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Tekashi 6ix9ine has been galavanting the streets ever since his release from house arrest, but his recent mask-free antics have annoyed New York City’s MTA for good reason.  In one of his latest adventures captured on Instagram, the lace front enthusiast and two armed security guards boarded a southbound F train with disregard to the mask ordinance of the MTA. The guards wore their masks around their chins while he rode barefaced.  View this post on Instagram Fuck it took the train today because I felt like it A post shared by PUNANI (@6ix9ine) on Aug 7, 2020 at 9:45am PDT To be fair, New Yorkers have been under quarantine for five months, so it may be difficult for the rugged rodents, notoriously infamous for overrunning the subway system, to ident...

YG Says He’s “Cool” On Working With Nicki Minaj After Collab With King Snitch Tekashi 6ix9ine

Source: Rich Fury / Getty YG is serious when it comes to snitching, so when Nicki Minaj teamed up with proud snitch Tekashi69 for their problematic hit “Trollz”, the Cali rapper says he’s done working with her. During an interview with Los Angeles’s 92.3 The Real on the Bootleg Kev and DJ Hed show, YG made it plain that he sticks to the street code and would no longer be collaborating with Nicki Minaj after she teamed up with, the caped for 69. “I don’t know, my feelings was hurt,” YG said. “I’m a real street n*gga. Yeah, I’m cool.” After The Shade Room posted the aforementioned clip from the interview, 6ix9ine couldn’t help but pop up in the comment section to weigh in on the decision from his public adversary, jokingly writing that Nicki “messed up”, based on YG’s response. “Smh Dam...