Why 6ix9ine OWES Roc Nation Royalties

6ix9ine OWES Roc Nation Royalties

Why 6ix9ine OWES Roc Nation Royalties!

On Friday, Tekashi 6ix9ine released his first song after being released from prison, “Gooba” which has had over 115,797,558 views since May 8th. Read on to see why 6ix9ine OWES Roc Nation Royalties…

CelebNMusic247.com reported over the weekend after RUMORS started swirling that Jay Z’ Roc Nation Management had allegedly signed the rainbow-haired rapper.

Tekashi 6ix9ine has been just as rude and unapologetic about his return to music with his anthem song “Gooba” which features 6 big booty women in a rainbow of colors (like his hair and or the gay flag).

Anyways, tabloid site MTO first dropped the news that Roc Nation had reportedly signed 6ix9ine but there was NEVER any official confirmation from Hov’s camp.

We also posted the tea spill in question, asking if Jay did do this why and why 6ix9ine?

It only comes off like Roc Nation is not looking at the cultural fabric of hip hop, it would display they are only looking to line their pockets. It just came off like a bad look all the way around since 6ix9ine SNITCHED on the Nine Trey Gang and tried to play victim. Not to mention he boasted about SNITCHING and even makes fun of being called a “RAT” in the video. We also raised the question if 69 will survive the year!

Something that Meek Mill called him a “RAT” last week as well, and then apologized after 6ix9ine ripped into the Maybach Music rapper.

So what caused the RUMORS of Roc Nation signing Tekashi69?

Simple, it was all due to a guy in the video being spotted wearing a Roc Nation cap. The Roc Nation logo is on the front of the black cap.

With no REAL confirmation, and NO REAL evidence of Roc Nation signing 6ix9ine, the rainbow-haired rapper OWES Roc Nation.

Botttom line, Tekashi 6ix9ine has not signed a management deal with Roc Nation, ending recent speculation from fans.

They used the Roc Nation logo without permission and the director (CanonF8, David Wept) and editor of the video should have blurred that out. That did NOT happen and now money should be owed. Additional names who should have caught this mistake are EP/Producer- Omar Reynoso & David Wept; DP- Franklin Ricart; Editor- 6ix9ine, CanonF8, Omar Jones.

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Omar, 34, hails from Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the University of Northridge. Omar has been in entertainment for 12 years working in production and writing. Omar who goes by Ocho and keeps you in the know about hip hop, Movies, Reality TV and Sports.