Controversial rapper Tekashi 69 has made YouTube history with his latest release ‘Gooba’, snatching a record previously held by famed rapper Eminem.
The video has racked up over 162 million views since it was released on May 8 and scored the biggest 24-hour YouTube debut ever for a hip-hop video – beating previous record-holder Eminem who held it with his Machine Gun Kelly diss track ‘Killshot’.
Gooba’ is the first track released since Tekashi 69 whose real name is Daniel Hernandez early prison release due to the coronavirus outbreak.
He had been serving a two-year sentence for his involvement with the Nine Trey Blood gang, which included acts of violence and drug dealing – a sentence that was heavily reduced after Tekashi testified against other defendants.
6ix9ine’s ‘Gooba’ video is filled with his trademark rainbow colors as he raps while surrounded by a half dozen twerking women.
The lyrics make reference to both the COVID-19 pandemic and the rapper’s much-criticized ‘snitching’ on his co-offenders – which he raps made him money.
Tekashi, in a surreal way rapping about his snitching, he doesn’t deny it and even more peculiar is the fact that he boost he about it, here’s a line, that’s in his new hit “Gooba”, “Tell me how I ratted, came home to a big bag.”
In an Instagram live, Takashi admits to snitching, even justifies turning on his crew by saying he’s doesn’t feel bad about snitching, he feels good about it because they beat him, robbed him and slept with his girlfriend. They were not loyal to him, so why should he be loyal to them? check it out below.