6ix9ine addresses his criminal past, gang affiliations and beefs with ‘The Breakfast Club’
The most controversial rapper in the game stops by The Breakfast Club.
“I’m the hottest artist in the city,” proclaimed Tekashi 6ix9ine during this morning’s viral interview with The Breakfast Club. “I’m definitely the hottest artist in the city and I got records to prove it.” Although that can be debated, it’s difficult to overlook the fact that he is one of the culture’s most talked about artists. Due to a couple of hit singles and lots of controversies involving social media and gang culture, the Brooklyn native’s name has been ringing bells in his hometown of NYC. He’s also been a hot topic of discussion around the country with beefs popping up with regional OG’s like The Game and J. Prince Jr.
“Listen, I’m a kid with rainbow hair, right? I’m a kid with rainbow teeth,” he asked Charlamagne tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy. “How am I shaking up the industry like I am? This shit is not supposed to happen.” Currently, hip hop’s most infamous character, the notorious 69 also addressed his criminal past, gang affiliations and beefs.
On if he’s a registered sex offender: “Nah, I’m not.”
On why he pled guilty: “I plead guilty like this quick, blood. I was scared, blood. I didn’t have no money. I was poor. Listen, I was rapping, but I wasn’t on some hot shit.”
On rumors he went from being a crip to being a blood: “There’s this crew called Scum Gang from Flatbush. I used to run with them, but nobody can say who I’m crip under. Like who was I crip under? Everybody is going to post your pictures of this, this and that. Who was I crip under?”
On why he performed a wrestling called The Pedigree on a female: “I don’t know. I was doing viral shit. I was literally mad immature. I was obviously playing. It went viral. ”
On beef with The Game: “I don’t know, man. This man is 40. He got a family. He got kids, right? Why he not taking care of his kids? Yo blood, he worried about the wrong things. His career – he’s trying to spark it like an old marriage. He tryna spark it up. It’s over, blood. Hang it up. What you doing?”
More of Tekashi’s back and forth with The Breakfast Club can be viewed above.
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