6ix9ine Gooba: The American rapper who "threw" YouTube and Instagram- 6ix9ine, the American rapper who was convicted of illegal activities, was released earlier because he was vulnerable to corona. Within days of his release, his first new song, "Gooba", was released on YouTube, breaking the record for most hits ever. YouTube video within minutes. He then broke the user record live streaming on Instagram, talking to 2 million users about his adventure.
In April, the judge decided to allow 6ix9ine to complete the last months of his house arrest under house arrest and with electronic surveillance, due to the health problem that makes him vulnerable group for the corona.
Gooba: The song is a classic 6ix9ine song. Lyrics full of bragging about himself and mockery of his critics. In the music video, the rapper - who presents himself as a tough criminal - appeared with colored braids, surrounded by lightly dressed dancers. As a smart businessman, he encourages his fans to Twitter to buy the clothes he wore through it his e-shop.
Of course, the biggest surprise was Instagram Live.
Shortly after the song's release, 6ix9ine streamed live on its Instagram account, which lasted about 13 minutes and was seen by two million people. 6ix9ine (also known as Tekashi69) has been closely monitored by the American rap community since he escaped heavy punishment - 37 years - for collaborating with prosecutors against former gang members Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. 6ix9ine named the members of the gang, including Cardi B, as a result of which it is considered by many as a "nail" and is in their sights.
Thanks to his collaboration with the law, the young rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, was sentenced to just two years and released earlier after his lawyer claimed that asthma made him vulnerable to coronavail while in prison.
The lyrics to "Gooba" - released on the rapper's 24th birthday - are slightly provocative. However, in his live streaming, he talked about those who accused him of collaborating with the authorities. He said gang members had tried to kill him, stolen money from him, and tried to kidnap his mother in order to silence him. Cooperation with the authorities was his response to those who, first, betrayed his faith.
"I nailed them, yes. But who can I trust? ”
The young rapper who upset YouTube and broke the Instagram record thanked the judge who allowed him to return to his family.
The 6ix9ine storage location is not publicly available, which has provoked reactions. The video clip Gooba is a professional production. Many have wondered if the creation of the video clip is illegal and violates the terms of his release. The 24-year-old rapper said the video was shot in the backyard if he had first requested permission from the authorities.
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