That could have gone better
“Gummo” rapper Teka$hi 6ix9ine had some trouble in Minneapolis while performing at Minnesota’s Prive music venue. Not only were gun shots fired in the middle of the set but also a filled ice bucket was thrown at the rapper while he was on stage.
The New York artist made it out without any injuries, leading him to brag about being untouchable on Instagram story.
According to the numerous videos moving across various social media platforms, the ice bucket being tossed at 6ix9ine from the venue’s indoor balcony was only the beginning. After one of his team members threw the bucket back towards the balcony, the rapper was escorted off the stage.
However, the drama continued after 6ix9ine’s crew came across a rival.
In one fan-shot video, the “Kooda” rapper alongside his crew can be seen physically abusing a member of a rival street gang. Less than a minute into the clip, gunshots can be heard in the background.
After the incident, 6ix9ine addressed the issue on his Instagram story and in a post.
“Yo, Teka$hi, why they so mad at you? ‘Cause you never gonna get touched,” he began. “Why ni**as want me to get touched so badly? It’ll never happen. I told you ni**as. They will never touch me. Ni**as can’t lay a finger on me, man.”
In another video, the rapper held up a stack of cash to let everyone know that he got paid regardless. “Ayo, y’all don’t stop the bag, man,” Teka$hi said, responding to the bucket of ice being thrown at him.
What the rapper did not address in his Instagram posts was the status of his GED test. Nearly a week ago, reports that 6ix9ine’s sentencing over compromising photos of himself with an unclothed 13-year-old girl has been delayed again hit several news outlets.
The court pushed it back because the rapper still hasn’t passed his GED, which is a major part of the plea deal he agreed to in order to avoid jail time. Judge Hon. Felicia Mennin reportedly asked what was taking 6ix9ine so long to pass the test, and the answer… wasn’t great.
“What’s the problem?” she asked, to which 6ix9ine’s lawyer replied, “He’s struggled through it.”
“This case has been happening since 2015,” said Mennin, unimpressed by the lawyer’s response. “This is ridiculous.”
Afterwards, the “KEKE” rapper said that he passed every section with the exception of science. He then promised to brush up on the subject before taking the test again.
In turn, the judge pushed the sentencing back to April 10. However, if he doesn’t make good on his promise, the judge may not be inclined to keep him out of prison. “You may end up going in,” she warned.