6ix9ine Celebrates Release From New York Jail in Hype Instagram Video
After serving a few days in Rikers Island, 6ix9ine is a free man, for now. On Friday (July 13), the day he was released from lockdown, the Brooklyn rapper posted a zany video on his Instagram story letting the world know he is back.
The clip starts off with 6ix hanging out the window of a moving vehicle on what looks like the expressway. "I'm back home. King of New York City," he starts. "I'm so hype, man. I need a haircut. King of New York City, I'm back home, I'm letting my nuts hang on these niggas."
The "Gummo" rapper goes on to reveal he was picked up by a random couple who saw him leaving the prison. "My man Chris did me a solid," 6ix reveals. "He saw me running, I was running out of Rikers Island. He said, 'Yo, bro. You need me to take you to Brooklyn? I said, yes sir."
While his elation is justified, his freedom will be short lived. He was arrested on Wednesday (July 11), after returning to New York from his European tour and arrested on a warrant from Houston, stemming from an alleged altercation he got into with a teen at a mall in January.
6ix was initially denied bail, and was to sit in jail until he was extradited to Texas to face charges. With the help of his lawyers, he was able to post $150,000 bail and bond out with the promise that he would turn himself in to Houston authorities within a certain time period.
Check out 6ix9ine's wild post-jail video below.
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