Tekashi 69 is back on Instagram and the streets as he drops Punani his latest single and music video shot in New York.
Well there you have it. Hours after making headlines as photos and videos surfaced online, Tekashi 69’s new video dropped. 6ix9ine is now a free man and is no longer on home confinement and does not have to wear a GPS monitor on his ankle either.
Good friend DJ Akademiks broke the news first as he shared via his IG exclusive photos of Tekashi enjoying his second day of freedom. Shooting the video early Sunday morning, 6ix9ine and his crew traveled all over Brooklyn. One particular shot has Tekashi on top of a Lambo riding through the bridge.
Punani will set the tone for his new album. An album that will premiere with a live streaming performance by 6ix9ine. Tekashi reportedly signed a $5 million deal with GlobalStreamingNow.
The live streaming deal has GlobalStreamingNow airing via their mobile app a Tekashi 69 performance. The live performance has 6ix9ine performing 12 songs off his new album. Live stream is set for September 5, 2020 at 8 p.m. eastern time.
6ix9ine’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, told TMZ that Tekashi’s federal probation officer removed his ankle monitor on Saturday August 1. Tekashi was also provided with a schedule for when he needs to check in with his PO during his 5 years of supervised release.
6ix9ine’s IG is also active after being on “pause” for the final 2 weeks of his home confinement order. The account has all its photos restored.