Tekashi 69 Breaks Instagram Record With 2M Livestream Viewers

Tekashi just creates the Instagram record for 2M Instagram Live viewers. He Livestream a huge rant on Friday following his relief from jail end month. 

Two million followers connect to hear to the 24-year-old rapper. His true name is Daniel Hernandez while he supports his decision to cooperate with national authorities in the racketeering case on him and the Nine Trey Bloods gang.

Tekashi is presently following house imprisonment also even show off an ankle monitor in his new music video for GOOBA, which releases on Friday.

In his Livestream, Tekashi danced to Bad Boys while toying with a pair of handcuffs, seemingly poking fun at his incarceration. He also admitted to being a snitch, questioned who he should be loyal to, and bragged about his money and music, claiming ‘I’m the biggest artist in the world’.

The artist also release his first record after being imprison along with an appropriately interesting music video for song GOOBA.

It highlights lots of women twerking and Tekashi displaying off a huge shark pendant round his neck. His ankle monitor is also there on his right leg.

His Instagram music down fall began after rapper Meek Mill hit out at the New York rapper, writing on Twitter: ‘I hope that rat going live to apologize to the people he told on or the victim….. Y’all forgot that fast a “rat” killed nipsey he wasn’t supposed to be on the streets! 

‘That’s the only thing ima day [sic] because he’s dead… left his baby mom and childlike a coward as targets!’

Meek was pointing to Eric Holder, the man involve in murdering his friend Nipsey Hussle last year, who  allegedly also a ‘rat’.

Tekashi answer tweeting: ‘Imagine having a newborn baby come into the world & be pressed about a Mexican with rainbow hair.’

Tekashi came out from jail early last month and is on administered relief

During the initial four months. He must a GPS detector and he just allows him to leave the home to seek medical treatment or visit his lawyer. 

A judge allowed his appeal to be free from prison to avoid contamination with the coronavirus

Court reports also show he release because the authority feel he isn’t a menace to the community. And also because he completes most of his punishment already. 

Tekashi sentences on racketeering charges. And he was facing a possible life sentence in jail.

However, in February 2019, Tekashi gave a plea agreement for witnessing against fellow members of the Trey Nine Gang.

As a consequence, Tekashi sentences for only two years of jail. 13 months of his sentence already spent, and he was slate to come out in August on moral behavior. But presently Tekashi is a liberal man after his strong appeal for quick release due to the spread of COVID-19. 

The rapper came into the fame in 2017 with his first single Gummo, which topped at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts.

Tekashi also releases his first mixtape Day 69 in 2018 also his first studio album Dummy Boy in 2018.