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6ix9ine To All Rappers: This Is What A Show Suppose To Sound Like!

How much would you pay 6ix9ine to perform? Well according to 6ix9ine half a million sounds about right as he tells rappers to catch up.


6ix9ine performed in front of a live audience in Hidalgo Texas at Payne Arena on Saturday May 22nd, as he had a clear message for all the rappers in the game.

Performing his usual hits such as KOODA and GOOBA, Tekashi made sure to let all his haters know what a real show is suppose to sound like. During his live performance, 6ix9ine said in front of the crowd on hand, “To all you rappers, this is what a show is suppose to sound like.”

Taking it further Tekashi made sure to tell the world how much he earn for his performance at Payne Arena. Via a caption on Instagram, Tekashi wrote, “RAPPERS LIE AND SAY THEY GET 200,000 A SHOW 🤣🤣🤣🤣 AND BE PERFORMING IN FRONT A DEAD CROWD WITH 700 PEOPLE THERE. 😂😂😂 I DROP 4 SONGS A YEAR AND GET 500,000 DOLLARS A SHOW AND DO ARENAS ‼️‼️‼️ TELL THESE RAPPERS CATCH THE F— UPPPPPPPPP.”

6ix9ine is referring to Lil Durk who back in December of 2020 not only claim to be 1 of the top 3 rappers in the game, but also Tweeted saying he was asking for $200,000 per show. As far as performing in front of 700 people, that is probably another shot at Lil Durk. 6ix9ine is could be referring to Durk’s performance in mid May at The Avenue in Cincinnati.

Although 6ix9ine has also performed in front of smaller crowds in various clubs, he is coming off the heels of a performance in Miami for TrillerFest. 6ix9ine along with Lil Wayne headlined the show which had over 15,000 fans in attendance.

In related news, Tekashi’s performance on May 29th in Dallas Texas at the Winning Circle Festival Grounds has been postponed for a later date. That hasn’t stopped the Brooklyn rapper as he prepares for this Thursday, May 27th in Miami part of Memorial Day weekend.

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