Tekashi 6ix9ine is giving back to the community in whatever way he can.
A few days a go, Tekashi 6ix9ine's gangsta was finally tested after he was robbed for his jewelry. It wasn't shocking news in the least considering how many beef he's been involved with over the past few months. Thankfully, he wasn't severely harmed and he seems to do doing all right. The incident served as a wake-up call for the rapper who recently said that he plans on donating a percentage of "FEFE" sales to youth programs in light of the robbery.
6ix9ine hit Instagram today to announce that he'll be donating money from the "FEFE" sales to youth programs. His new pledge stems from the events that occurred over the weekend. While he's been out here living his own dreams, he said that he wants to help out other children in need.
"After what happened to be a couple days a go, I realized that tomorrow's not promised." He said, "There's a lot of kids in New York City, in this world, that are dying at a young age. If I was to die, I wouldn't be happy with myself knowing that I didn't do enough for my community. I'm the King Of New York City. This my city. So it would make me feel better as a person to give a percentage to charity off the "Fefe" track."
He added, "Go stream 'Fefe.' A percentage of that song will go to charity to the community to build a better future for these kids. It's fuckin' Tr3yway."
While he didn't mention the exact percentage of how much he'll donate, we hope he keeps his word and helps his community in whatever way he can.