Brooklyn, NY – Tekashi 6ix9ine is out of Rikers Island jail and back in his hometown of Brooklyn, where he’s evidently decided to start a kids soccer league.
On Sunday (July 14), 6ix9ine posted an Instagram video showing him doling out $20 bills to several kids and some of their parents.
“STARTED A SOCCER LEAGUE STRAIGHT OUT JAIL,” he wrote in all caps. “69 FOR THE COMMUNITY.”
In the clip, someone jokes that it’s “bail money.”
The multicolored-hair rapper was arrested on Wednesday (July 11) at John F. Kennedy International Airport for an alleged assault after coming back from a European tour.
The 22-year-old was booked into Rikers Island and initially denied bail. But, after his lawyers called for an emergency hearing on Thursday (July 12), he was allowed out on $150,000 bail.
The catch? He must return to Houston on Monday (July 16) and turn himself in. He will have to post another $5,000 bail to secure his freedom.
Upon his release, the “Gummo” phenom shared a video that captured his unhinged excitement.
“Look at my city! Why my city do me like that?” he shouts. “It’s fuckin’ Treway. Why my city do me like that? Shout out to these lawyers. Shout out to these fucking lawyers, man! Them niggas work quick as fuck. Yo! I’m so happy to be home. I can’t wait to see my baby. I can’t wait to see my daughter.”
Peep the full video below.