Tekashi 6ix9ine has opened up about his assault final month in a South Florida fitness center in his first interview for the reason that brutal beating and denies claims that he staged the attack for clout.
Regardless of struggling in depth accidents in the course of the assault, together with fractured ribs and a hemorrhage in his eye, some imagine the controversial rapper staged the assault in an effort to spice up his music profession. Final week, 6ix9ine was in Cuba filming a music video for his new tune with Cuban artist, Lenier.
In line with 6ix9ine, Lenier wrote the tune a couple of mutual pal over a yr in the past. He claimed they recorded it months in the past, properly earlier than he was jumped within the fitness center. After a “lengthy hiatus from music,” the rapper determined to drop the only a few weeks in the past.
“I don’t must get beat as much as promote a document,” he stated throughout an interview with NBC6’s Sheli Muñiz.
6ix9ine additionally revealed that he spent 4 days within the hospital after the assault and continues to be recovering. He claims the video for the only consists of footage of him within the hospital to indicate followers that regardless of hardship, “good occasions will come.”
6ix9ine: “There’s No Guidelines” In The Avenue
Final week authorities confirmed they arrested three males on suspicion of assaulting and robbing the New York native.
6ix9ine believes the assault was “cowardly” and ‘opportunistic” whereas admitting footage of the incident is tough for him to look at.
“After I have a look at it, I simply see hate,” he stated. “Everyone seems to be entitled to an opinion, however does that give me the suitable to assault you? To ambush you?”
He additionally described the assault as “calculated,” claiming the assailants arrived ten minutes after him and waited for him to exit the sauna.
“I’m not mad as a result of I do know that on the street, there’s no guidelines,” he added. “I’m misplaced for phrases as a result of you may’t blame them. They noticed a possibility they usually took it.”