Tekashi 69 can’t say “Treyway” because of a judge’s ruling, banning the rapper from associating with any gangs. Treyway is affiliated with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, a gang based in New York City so 6IX9INE would have violated the judge’s orders if he said “Treyway” on his Dummy Boy album.
Rick Ross Disses 6IX9INE In Meek Mill’s “What’s Free”
Rick Ross sends shots at 6IX9INE in “What’s Free”, a track on Meek Mill’s Championships that also features Jay-Z. Check out Rozay’s lyrics:
“Screaming gang gang now you wanna rap, racketeering charges caught him on a tap, looking for a bond lawyers wanna tax, purple hair got them f****ts on your back.”
It’s obvious that Ross is referring to Tekashi 69 in “What’s Free.” 6IX9INE and multiple members of the Nine Trey Bloods are currently facing racketeering charges and federal agents had their phones tapped. The rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, will have to pay expensive legal fees for this case. He was recently denied bail and he has rainbow colored hair.
Dummy Boy Sells 60,000-65,000 In First-Week
Complex reports that 6IX9INE’s Dummy Boy sold 60,000-65,000 in its first week. The numbers will land the rapper the No. 1 or 2 spot on the Billboard 200. Travis Scott’s ASTROWORLD is still dominating the charts but Tekashi has a good chance to outsell Travis.
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