Love him or hate it, it seems 6ix9ine is in the news lately for good and bad reasons, and it's increasingly becoming hard to deny his status as one of Hip Hops most divisive names out there. Now, with everyone trying to take him down a peg or two, the young rapper is going back to his roots, and chatting up the people who helped to build him up in the beginning.
Recently, Tekashi sat down with friend Punch, who you might recognize from "This is 50", and opened up about all of his recent experiences. Given the fact that he's been robbed, kidnapped, dropped a number one single, Signed on with Nicki Minaj and Future, Dropped as a spokesperson, and been on the receiving end of a threat from Vic Mensa, there's a lot to unload.
While the video feels like more of a documentary than anything else, there's a lot of information in there that cuts down deep to the heart of 6ix9ine. Both fans and haters alike will find a lot of things there to celebrate or vilify, but it's nice to see the eclectic star just sit back, relax, and actually act like himself rather than his stage persona.