Their joint single is certified two weeks after its release.
Nicki Minaj and Tekashi 6ix9ine turned a lot of heads with their surprising collaboration. The pair is now reaping the rewards from the record that was considered a bold move for both of them. Some fans were unsure about 69's demeanor and flow on the track. Meanwhile, some parts of Nicki's following thought the collaboration in itself was questionable. The naysayers can now have a seat since "FEFE" just turned gold. The prestigious certification came along quite quickly, considering the song's drop in late July.
Tekashi, who never shies away from sharing good and bad news alike, hopped on Instagram to flex about the success of this Murda Beatz produced-single. He shared a photo of himself and his collaborator framing a gold record. He gasses himself up as a uniquely successful newcomer in his caption:
"Another One ðððððððððððð ððððð I haven’t been in this rap game for a year yet ððð THANK YOU"
The gloating is well deserved. Less than a year after his breakout track, "GUMMO," the rapper is already recognized by his more experienced and revered peers. Nicki's co-sign shares the company of Future as they welcome 69 on their NICKIHNDRXX Tour. The youngin has another epic collaboration in the works. The track he made with 50 Cent is set to appear on the entrepreneur's television show, "Power."