6ix9ine Wants People To Keep That Same “He’s Scared” Energy With Drake: The “TattleTales” rapper was released from jail last month and is no longer on house arrest. Due to his federal informant status, the public thinks it will difficult for him to steering around the streets.
People are still scared of Tekashi, although he is walking around various cities without a bulletproof vest. The rapper wonders the cause of such terror. Even after he has proved that he can continue to climb the charts following the scandal, but also has jet-setted from city to city security trawl.
6ix9ine wanted to know why his Chicago visits are labelled “scared,” but Drake, wearing a bulletproof vest, isn’t.
In Chicago, Tekashi passed out cash to kids, posed with fans for photos in a mall, shopped on Rodeo Drive in L.A., and even trolled Lil Durk.
He said why people didn’t question Drake when he walked around Chicago with a bulletproof vest during a recent Instagram live. He even asked why only he was given the “scared” title after only going out with his security and no bulletproof vest.
The person with whom the rapper was having this conversation replied that Drake doesn’t oppress the rappers as 6ix9ine does. To this, Tekashi asked if that’s the case, why would Drake need a vest in the first place.