Tekashi 6ix9ine had 2 million people on his Instagram Live stream at the same time, shattering the previous record.
When he was in prison and on trial, everybody was clowning Tekashi 6ix9ine. The minute he got out though, people switched up, flocking to his page and eating up all the trollery once more.
The self-proclaimed King of New York is officially back with his new single and video, titled "GOOBA." The rapper is also celebrating his birthday today, hopping on Instagram Live to address the people for the first time since he got home. Speaking on snitching, his new music, his jewelry, how rare his watch is, and more, 6ix9ine proved that his ability to rack up numbers is still very much there. In fact, he broke a record with his live-stream.
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Although he started thirty minutes late, Tekashi managed to rack up 2 million concurrent viewers on his live-stream, which makes the old record seem like a joke. Tory Lanez had allegedly broken the record last month with one of the first Quarantine Radio episodes, getting over 300K viewers. According to DJ Akademiks though, the record was actually held by a Spanish musician, who he does not name. Regardless, that doesn't matter anymore because 6ix9ine just DESTROYED that number by posting 2 million people on his Live.
Are you happy to see him back or does he just continue to be a pain in your behind?