Is great singer Tekashi 6ix9ine having his own docuserie?

“Tekashi 6ix9ine: The Rise and Fall of a Hip-Hop Supervillain” is the name chosen for the next docuserie which will appear on screen in the first half of 2021. Scroll down to learn all the details!

  • Tekashi 6ix9ine was released from prison on April 2020 because of the world's health conditions.
  • Rainbow singer is 24 years old, and he is father of two girls: Saraiyah and Briella Iris.
  • The rapper has been so controversial since his beginning that in his short career (starting in 2012) Showtime has already prepared a series.

Tekashi's life is so controversial that Showtime has decided it was worth a docuserie. In his short career he has done lots of things and gone through several 'weird' experiences in comparison with other stars.

His lyrics for example, are terribly argumentative; his social networks are always on fire because of his posts, and when he doesn't post, his fans do! The rapper's videos always show more than they should; he dies his hair not with one color, but seven colors!

Rainbow Tekashi

He has his face (and not only that) full of tattoos. 6ix9ine spoke badly about Billboard, assuring its lists were manipulated since he had to be on top of it. Clearly, the hip-hop singer went through some difficult moments during his relatively short life, but he was very clever to see always the bright side of it.

He even made all those things his trademark. Showtime will make the series of the decade for sure! There are so many things to tell about and to show about young Tekashi that the film company will have a lot of material to work with. Leave aside the secrets that there might for sure be. We'll have to wait just a bit to have it on screen! In the meantime let's watch one of his hits: "Tutu" 

Barbara Vivot

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