Tekashi 69 is the notorious name in the rap music industry. The guy who became famous and ruined his career at the same time. Sometime in the summer of 2017, Daniel Hernandez acknowledged as the rapper Takashi 69, showed up at the outside a Brooklyn to make the videotape that would style him a star, and sooner or later ruin his life. Against the alarming strains of his viral smack “Gummo,” he and a crowd of men in cherry bandannas danced, waved guns and showed some codes with their hands. Hernandez, fully clad in an immature tracksuit, thrashed his rainbow pelt and bared his gaudy teeth. At one point, he threw his bandannas to show off a fresh tattoo that would grow to be his for the most part recognizable signature: the numerals 6 and 9.
“Gummo,” made 69 viral sensation in precisely a a small amount of months. That swell in popularity would guide to the exposure of Hernandez’s pre-fame life, counting a guilty petition for child-sex charges, a justification that would label Hernandez in the communal eye. But introducing Shotti in the tape made everything vulnerable. Shotti was allegedly a part of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, a compartment of the violent prison gang founded at New York’s Rikers Island jail in 1993.
Elliot Grainge, the CEO of Tekashi’s label said “He is the Donald Trump of the music industry,”
Now can the bad boy’s music career could go into right way. For Tekashi 6ix9ine to evade a lingering prison period after demanding guilty to central racketeering charges, the rapper may experience to demonstrate in court against around of his alleged connections in the violent Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods Street gang.