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Tekashi 6ix9ine isn’t letting local gang threats stop him from visiting cities on his "Day 69 Tour".
The New York rapper is scheduled to perform in San Antonio, Texas on Thursday night (Feb. 22). The problem is, the city’s Tango Orejon gang has warned him not too… issuing a ban on the rapper.
"You’re not allowed in our city. You’re not welcome here. We don’t f*ck with no child molestors in our city b*tch," members of the gang said in a video uploaded to social media, warning him not to enter the Texas city.
According to TMZ, 6ix9ine is planning to perform as planned, but his manager says they plan to up their security to hopefully thwart the gang threats.
"Y’all will never see me catch an L," Tekashi said in a video posted on his Instagram, before spinning the pendant on his chain. "I’mma keep spinning that sh*t until n*ggas take it off me. Y’all hate me so much. Y’all wish a n*gga take an L."
DALLAS TX AT THE GAS MONKEY TONIGHT‼️ NO Ls in my life. Never got touched NEVER got knocked out NEVER put no ice pack on my chin. YALL WANT ME TO FALL SOOOOO BAD 😭😭😭 it makes more happy trolling y’all and making fun of y’all. GO PREORDER DAY69 LINK IN MY BIO FOR A SHOUT OUT‼️
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The rapper performed in Dallas, TX on Wednesday night (Feb. 21) before a packed crowd at Gas Monkey.
The controversy in Texas follows threats he received in Los Angeles over NBA All-Star Weekend, which culminated with a brawl outside LAX as he left to catch a flight.
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s debut project, Day 69, is slated to drop Feb. 23. Pre-order yours here.