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Tekashi 6ix9ine May Be About To Invade NBA YoungBoy's World

By Daryl Nelson
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You might be hearing a new song from Tekashi 6ix9ine and NBA YoungBoy in the future. Why? Because Tekashi was seen talking to someone about collaborating and it's being said that person is YoungBoy.

As it appears, Tekashi was trying to talk him into doing the song.






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"It was too many people in the middle," he can be seen telling YoungBoy on FaceTime. "Like I said, I’m a stand-up n*gga, bro. N*ggas know me. Like, I’m all the way stand-up … Whatever you see is what you get, bro. I don’t be out here walking around with security … I already done proved my point."

If the two rappers do hop on a song together, they'll have to send their vocals back and forth through email. 

YoungBoy has been on house arrest in Utah since 2021 for a weapons charge, and Tekashi is in the Dominican Republic where he's now residing. 

Plus, the "GUMMO" rapper has to stay in DR since he has to meet with authorities every two months after he was arrested for domestic violence in January.

He was accused of assaulting his girlfriend, Yailin La Más Viral, who's a Dominican rapper.

Are you eager to hear a song from Tekashi and YoungBoy?

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