Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Debut Album Released by Music Industry Bosses Who Feel The Show Must Go On – Details Here!
One thing is a fact in the music industry and that one thing is, “the show must go on.” under that ethos, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s debut album Dummy Boy was released although he is still incarcerated. The album was originally scheduled to drop on November 23rd, but the bosses at his label wanted that money. Therefore, the album was released last night via his website.
Records from Dummy Boy began to be leaked online on Saturday past but those songs were quickly removed from the internet. Following their removal, the album dropped exclusively on Tekashi’s website for $6.99. While the show goes on Tekashi 6ix9ine on the last update was still incarcerated at a undiclosed location. He is still facing racketeering charges including gang related crimes and weapons charges.
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