Tekashi 6ix9ine Says Alleged Robbery And Kidnapping Was "An inside Job"
"Comes with the fame, I guess."
Brooklyn, NY – Tekashi 6ix9ine continues to reveal more details on alleged kidnapping and robbery that fell during the weekend. The 22-year-old Brooklyn native, was hospitalized on Sunday (July 22) after he pistol-whipped and put in the back of a car.
In a new interview with TMZ Live on Monday (July 23), the eccentric, the rapper says that he believes was created by the people in their circle.
"I was hit by a car," he explains. "Our vehicle was struck by another vehicle from behind. As the conductor came to light, the gunman exited. I blacked out there. All I saw was a flash. It all happened very fast. All I saw was the gun in my face and when I woke up, I was in the back seat of a car.
"And I had nothing. I, literally, had nothing. All I had was a phone and a debit card. I said: 'Listen, allows me to see my daughter the other day. I have some jewelry in the house. And you all can have that.' I don't tell them where I live. Went to the front of my house. Someone should have told you where I live, and that he had been following me and watching me. It was like an inside job."
Some people online accused 6ix9ine to pull a publicity stunt to promote her new video for "FEFE" with Nicki Minaj, something he denies.
"I don't want to establish a publicity stunt, and losing close to a million dollars," he says. "I guess I'm like the boy who called wolf 'cause I've controlled a lot. When is real, the people does not create more".
"As much as I want to be a normal person, I can't," he continues. "It is simply impossible. It comes with the fame, I guess."