Just a few days after his manager self-surrendered to police over an October shooting, gunfire has once again found rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, who you may remember for uploading videos of child sex to social media.
According to TMZ, two hooded men opened fire Thursday night on the mansion where 6ix9ine, Kanye West, and Nikki Minaj were slated to shoot a video. In surveillance footage obtained by TMZ, one man says “We got 30 seconds,” and the other responds “Okay,” right before they open fire on the house.
TMZ is also reporting the room that took the brunt of the gunfire was slated to be Minaj’s dressing room and that at least one bullet shattered a window, though Minaj hadn’t arrived yet. Apparently, the bedroom was originally supposed to be used by 6ix9ine, but since it was bigger than other bedrooms, he gave it up to Minaj just before the shooting.
Kanye West was at the home when the shooting occurred and obviously didn’t stick around long after the gunshots.
Last month, a New York D.A. recommended prison time after 6ix9ine violated a 2015 plea agreement he signed in conjunction with pleading guilty to use of a child in a sexual performance.
Meanwhile, we olds continue to not understand the appeal of this person.