Controversial rapper Incisive 6ix9 Rose to fame via social media. Now, he is getting a different kind of close-up.
“Supervillen: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9”, a three-part documentary that premieres Sunday at 10 pm, delves into the 24-year-old rapper’s life. Featuring archival footage alongside Tekashi as well as others in his circle, the documentary traces his rise from his days in Bushwick to his infamous 2019 trial When he blinked Upon his former fellow gang members to reduce his sentence after being arrested on charges of gang rape, drug trafficking and weapons.
Director Karam Gill said well as “a toxic person” “A terrible human being.”
Tekashi’s lawyer, Lance Lazaro, fired upon reaching for comment: “This is the farthest thing from the truth. Danny’s talent speaks for itself, and Danny is a good man. “
Lazaro said, “I was never interviewed for Daniel Hernandez [the docuseries], And never participated. It’s interesting and almost unbelievable without ever meeting … [the director] is characterized. It is difficult to fathom. No one can comment about his talent … and when he has never met the person, what has characterized him.
Here are some of the biggest revelations about Daniel Hernandez, an artist with iridescent hair.
He compares himself to the ultimate “supervisor”, the Joker
“You want to hate him, but you love him, you know what I’m saying?” Tejashwi says in the first episode about Batman’s wild-eyed antagonist. “Because he’s a bad guy, but you just fall in love with him.”
His biological father was a heroin addict
Daniel Hernández Sr. lost touch with his son by Tejashwi’s mother. Years later, the rapper would portray the use of heroin in some of his early videos, which were actually showing people.
His stepfather was killed when he was just 13 years old.
One day when Tejaswi decided not to go to the supermarket with his stepfather, Luis Nazario was shot and murdered in broad daylight in a block away from home. “When they took him away from me, I felt naked,” he says.
He got the name Tekshi from a local tattoo artist
The first part of his stage name – originally his social-media handle – comes from a neighborhood tattoo artist, who was also a heroin addict. “He used to make heroin,” Tekashi says of the man who inspired his moniker. “He did this to get himself into his small world. He did it himself. “
6ix9ine – his way of styling 69 – is he depicting “life in two different perspectives” to his fans: “I show them that if I can do this, they can do it.” And then he went on to get a 69 “69” tattoo.
His colorful style came from feeling “invisible”
Tekashi’s iridescent hair and matching rainbow grill were not just for shock value. “One day I woke up and I said, ‘Yo, I want my look to be loud,” he says. “I felt invisible. All I had to do was register a vigorous presence. “
He was accused of sexual misconduct
After posting a video on Snapchat that she filmed a 13-year-old girl having sex with another boy, she was Accused of sexual misconduct , In 2015, he gave an argument at that time.
He allegedly beat up his ex-girlfriend
Sara Molina – his first and longtime girlfriend, who is the mother of his 5-year-old daughter Seraiah – claims he eventually left her after a vicious beating. “This was not the first time that she began to lay her hands on me,” she says “her demon ways.”
He thought joining Nine Trey Gangsta Blood made him “untouchable”
He became a gang member for credibility, but that lifestyle became all too real When he was kidnapped One of his former gang colleagues in 2018. His supposed kidnapper Anthony “Harv” Allison was caught and sent to 24 years behind bars.
He wanted to become a gangster, but did not follow the gangster code
His former DJ, Pvnch, says, “He voluntarily signed up for it.” “And he turned as dishonest as you can get, now he can never walk to face the most famous couprator and this earth.”