6ix9ine is crawling back to social media after a self-imposed hiatus looking noticeably different. Rocking a thick black beard and several large “69” tattoos covering his entire body, the controversial rap figure shared a snippet of new music on Thursday (February 4) that included some questionable lyrics considering he’s currently under federal probation.

“Are you dumb?/You ain’t spin the block, you a damn lock,” he scream-raps. “Suck a dick/You ain’t kill shit, you got ya n-gga shot/You ain’t feelin’ shit ’cause we was killin’ shit.”

He added in the caption alongside several devil face emojis, “ARE YOU READY????? 100,000 comments if you want this right now. I TOOK ENOUGH TIME OFF TO SHOW YOU THIS INTERNET SHIT IS BORING WITHOUT ME. SUCK MY DICK.”


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6ix9ine was granted a compassionate release from Queens Detention Center last April amid coronavirus concerns. The 24-year-old Brooklynite was given a significantly reduced sentence in his racketeering case after he agreed to testify against Nine Trey Gangsta Blood members Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack and Anthony “Harv” Ellison in October 2019.

Shortly after his release, 6ix9ine’s attorney Dawn Florio promised TMZ 6ix9ine wouldn’t make trolling or igniting beef with other rappers a habit since the federal government is monitoring him as part of his supervised probation. Florio added her client wouldn’t be promoting any gang affiliations online either.

6ix9ine Accuses Lil Durk Of Exploiting King Von's Death For Album Sales: 'REST IN PISS'

But almost immediately after he regained his freedom, 6ix9ine was back to trolling anyone and everyone. Prior to his social media disappearance act, he’d set his sights on Chicago rappers Lik Durk and King Von. Following Von’s November 2020 murder, he even accused Durk of exploiting his death for album sales.

“Used Von name for sales,” he wrote in an Instagram comment. “Is NOT blackballed has all industry support. 55k and his man was caught in 4K #KingVon REST IN PISS.”

6ix9ine retreated from the spotlight last September after his sophomore album TattleTales debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 instead of the No. 1 position he was expecting. Despite his soiled reputation, the new clip managed to rack up almost four million views in one hour. Check it out above.