Tekashi 6ix 9ine’s Manager Claims Documentaries On Hulu And Showtime Are Unauthorized: Don’t Support This Trash
A couple of new documentaries surrounding controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix 9ine, (born Daniel Hernandez) are hitting the small screens for millions of his fans to see, but according to the rapper’s manager, Murda Murphy, they had nothing to do with the documentaries and certainly didn’t authorize it.
Murda Murphy took to his IG stories to address the documentary on Hulu and forthcoming documentary on Showtime. He wrote,
THE HULU & SHOWTIME @6IX9INE PROJECTS!! ARE BOTH UNAUTHORIZED!! NOTHING TO DO WITH US!! ZERO!! THE PEOPLE IN THESE TALKING ARE [CAP]! ARE NOT INVOLVED WITH US IN ANYWAY!! DON’T SUPPORT THIS TRASH!! WHEN @6IX8INE DOES SOMETHING YOU’LL BE THE FIRST TO KNOW!
69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez, now streaming on Hulu, shows alleged associates of Tekashi 6ix 9ine, including the mother of his child, Sara Molina discussing personality traits of the rapper. Some people seem to have personal history with Tekashi, often referring to him as “Danny” instead of his stage name.
The trailer seemingly details alleged events and drama that surrounded the rapper leading up to his short stint of prison time as well as alleged deals he made to be released.
Supervillain: The Making of Teksashi 6ix9ine is Showtime’s documentary, in which the entire trailer includes voiceover audio from the rapper himself.
The latest in the Tekashi 69 drama is the recent sentencing of the man who kidnapped the 24-year-old. Anthony “Harv” Ellison, 33, who is a member of the gang Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, was sentenced to 24 years in prison and also charged with slashing someone and was convicted of kidnapping, racketeering, and a violent assault with a dangerous weapon on Wednesday, November 4th.
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