Anyone who needs further proof that America is the land of opportunity, you have it with Tekashi 6ix9ine.
The 24-year-old Brooklyn rapper pled guilty in 2015 to a felony count of use of a child in a sexual performance, a crime for which he did not go to jail. Four years later, he pled guilty to nine charges including conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery, and was dealt a cushy two-year sentence for snitching on everyone he knew, only to be granted early release halfway through because he has asthma in a pandemic.
The luck doesn’t end there.
Tekashi, on the heels of his Trollz song reaching #1 on the Billboard 100, has reportedly signed a $5 million for a one hour live stream.
The rapper, who’s about to regain his freedom, tells TMZ … he just put pen to paper on a $5 million live-streaming deal with GlobalStreamNow for a virtual performance of his soon-to-be-released record. Tekashi tells us he’ll hit the stage Saturday, Sept. 5 at 8 PM ET for the live-streamed show, which he says will run for about an hour and feature 12 songs from his album. He’ll also interact online with fans.
Trebek has terminal cancer. O.J.’s walking free. Tekashi is thriving.
Where can I exit the simulation?