6ix9ine Resurfaces in His Hometown Area to Tease New Music, Location Gets Vandalized With ‘Rat’ Messages
6ix9ine has resurfaced outside after a long social media hiatus, and the location where he shot his latest Instagram video has since been vandalized with "rat" messages.
Yesterday (April 10), Tekashi posted a video to his IG page, only his second post in almost a year. In the video, the TattleTales rapper stands in front of a building in Bushwick, Brooklyn with several other men while rapping the lyrics to a song presumably called "Gine Gine."
"Bitch, I'm oppy, bitch/Oh yeah, I'm oppy, bitch," an animated 6ix9ine raps in the video while dancing around. "Casamigos bottles rock you, bitch, we 'bout to flock you, shit/Tra-la-la-la-la-la, flock your shit, we finna drop your shit/Niggas want me, I'ma pop my shit with splitty swap the sticks."
The street promo video is for a song that 6ix9ine plans on dropping on Friday (April 15). "100,000 COMMENTS IF YOU READY FOR THIS ‼️‼️APRIL 15," Tekashi captioned the clip. "IM THE KING OF NEW YORK THIS MY CITYYYYYYYYY BROOKLYN GINÈ GINE AND I STILLLLL DIDNT GET TOUCHEDDDDDDD."
After seeing the location where the visual was filmed in the background of the video, someone or someones decided to go vandalize the building at 811 Flushing Ave. Using white paint, the vandals painted "rat" messages all over the building. One message in front of the door of the building reads, "Rat Cetral [sic]. No Good Rat."
6ix9ine made his return to Instagram on April 8, sharing a bloody, horror movie-themed trailer for his forthcoming release.
"I hope everybody enjoyed there 15 minutes," 6ix9ine noted in the caption. "THE DEMON IS BACK APRIL 15TH. I’m THE BEAST they couldn’t contain. The industry most hated animal. APRIL 15th the KING OF NEW YORK IS COMING BACK. I’m going back home ...... ⚡️ AYOOOOOOO GINÈ GINÈ DONT GET CAUGHT ON REPLAY ‼️‼️."
The timing seems right for Tekashi to start putting out new music and make himself seen again. Last month, 6ix9ine told a judge in civil lawsuit that he is struggling to make ends meet and living in fear after becoming a federal informant and helping take down the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang.
Check out photos of 6ix9ine's music video location vandalized below.