6ix9ine Unveils Release Date and Cover Art for New Project
After announcing to the world that he had a new project on the way last week, 6ix9ine has now officially unveiled the title, release date and cover for his new project.
Earlier today (Nov. 7), the rainbow-haired rapper jumped onto Instagram and revealed that his project, which is titled Dummy Boy, will be released on Nov. 23.
"DUMMY BOY OFFICIAL COVER COMMENT IF YOU READY FOR THIS PROJECT WATCH ME OUTSELL EVEYBODY SUCK MY DICK NOVEMBER 23RD !! NOVEMBER 23RD," he wrote as his caption.
Dummy Boy cover art includes an animated version of 6ix9ine, colorful hair, signature tattoos and all. Tekashi's cartoon likeness can also be seen peeing out a rainbow.
This announcement comes on the heels of Tekashi's recent burst of epic trolling, which was seemingly spurred by a heated argument Tekashi got into with YG affiliate Slim 400 and his crew. In a video provided by TMZ, both parties can be seen yelling obscenities back and forth at each other, and though the "Fefe" rapper ended up walking away before a scuffle could break out, that didn't mean he was against more drama.
Just a couple days after his Slim 400 altercation, 6ix9ine trolled YG over his Uber accident. YG has yet to respond.
Check out 6ix9ine's Dummy Boy project cover art and release date announcement below.
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