A Kenyan producer has hit Tekashi 6ix9ine's comeback track with a copyright claim, according to new reports.
Despite his incarceration, snitching, and conviction for sex crimes against minors, Tekashi 6ix9ine has maintained his spot as the rap game's supervillain. Probably more so now than ever. With the risk of the coronavirus pandemic, 6ix9ine received the approval of the judge to be released on home confinement with little social media restrictions or rules against releasing music.
He made his major comeback with "GOOBA," a song where he owns up to the snitching claims as he taunts his naysayers. "You're mad, I'm back, big mad/ He's mad, she's mad, big sad," he raps on the track. But even with the millions of views it has racked up since, it appears that the song is no longer available YouTube, or at least the grandiose music video he released along with the song. Per XXL, the song's music video has been removed from YouTube due to a copyright claim from Magix Enga. "The video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Magix Enga," it reads.
Magix Enga, a Kenyan producer, blasted 6ix9ine the other day on Instagram. "Don’t sample my Beats Biggest song Delete By Magix Enga," he said. It should be noted only the music video for the song has been taken down. The lyric video for "GOOBA" is still available on YouTube.
This announcement comes a few weeks after 6ix9ine made a whole parade out of not reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and a few days after he announced his next single's release was delayed until next Friday. At this point, he's yet to respond but it should only be a matter of time until he does.