Tekashi 6ix9ine hands out $100 bills to young fans in the streets

Tekashi 6ix9ine hands out $100 bills to young fans in the streets

- Controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine stunned many online after handing out $100 dollar bills to young kids in the streets of New York

- The kids were definitely overjoyed as they appreciated the rapper for his generosity

- Tekashi has been spending more time outdoors since the conclusion of his house arrest

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Controversial US rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine recently ended his house arrest term and is already enjoying his long-awaited freedom.

The Gooba hitmaker has been running around the streets posing with fans and even playing football at a New York park with his beloved fans.

But what has left many stunned is a video of him handing out $100 dollar bills to young kids in the streets.

The video was shared on his Instagram account and one could spot the rapper dishing out cash to New York kids, who were happy to ask for more.

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Tekashi 6ix9ine is really enjoying freedom after the conclusion of his house arrest. Photo: 6ix9ine
Source: UGC

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Older fans even came along and were also handed cash, which was obviously in abundance. "Get some money men," the rapper could be heard urging his fans.

The kids were definitely overjoyed as they appreciated the rapper for his generosity and one could be heard saying: "Tekashi is damn rich."

The rapper was recently released from jail after his lawyers asked for an early release due to fears that he could contract Covid-19 in jail.

Just a few days after his release, Tekashi went on social media sharing pictures while flaunting his riches on a balcony at a new crib.

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Someone apparently snitched on him (the irony), revealing the house by posting the photo while also sharing the address. The musician's lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, later said his client had been relocated due to the leak for security reasons and the cops were made aware of it.

Tekashi was not violating house arrest rules as he had been exposed and considering his enemies were probably out to get him it, it was crucial that he moved.

The court had ordered him to lay low and avoid bringing too much attention to himself but as it seems he cannot do without it.

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Takashi 6ixnine appears to be working hard to release his first musical project after regaining freedom from prison.

Just recently, the rapper took to his official page on the photo-sharing app Instagram to give his fans and followers a sneak peek into what he has been up to.

Apparently, Tekashi teamed up with Senegalese-American music star Akon to work on his 2003 hit song, Locked Up.

From indications, the song will still be taking its old form with a new addition being Tekashi’s verse that has been laid on the track.

In the video, Tekashi raps about how he has a feeling of regret and putting in efforts to strike a good deal for himself with the help of his lawyers.

The flamboyant rapper also wrote verses about wanting to be with his daughter again. Sharing the clip on his IG page, Tekashi informed his fans and followers that he would be releasing the new joint if he gets as much as 100k comments.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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