The ‘Gooba’ hitmaker is gearing up for the release of his next music offering and vows to cause an even bigger stir on the internet with the new music video.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has high hopes for his upcoming music video, vowing to “break the internet” with the release.
The rapper, real name Daniel Hernandez, broke Eminem‘s YouTube record for the most-watched hip-hop video in a 24-hour period after releasing his comeback track “GOOBA” earlier this month, May 2020, following his recent release from jail.
Tekashi has now told his fans that he intends to cause an even bigger stir with his next music video, sharing an Instagram photo of himself holding a kitten in each hand as he revealed he’s moved the release date for the song in question to next Friday, May 29. “NEXT VIDEO WILL BREAK THE INTERNET IM PUSHING IT BACK TILL NEXT FRIDAY MAY 29TH,” he wrote beneath the snap.
Despite the success of “GOOBA”, the star hit headlines after taking issue with Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, and Billboard officials after his track missed out on the U.S. number one spot.
After only reaching number three, Tekashi alleged that “you can buy Number Ones on Billboard,” prompting denials from Grande and Bieber over accusations the rapper made about sales of their charity collaboration, “Stuck With U”.
“To anybody that is displeased with their placement on the chart this week or who is spending their time racking their brain thinking of as many ways as they can to discredit hardworking women (and only the women for some reason…), I ask you to take a moment to humble yourself,” Grande said in a statement.
Billboard also issued a statement, clarifying their position on the matter and revealing the respective sales figures for “GOOBA” and “Stuck With U”.