Tekashi 6ix9ine Explains Why He Fired His Entire Crew
Tekashi 6ix9ine selected the Breakfast Club because the venue to clarify his choice to fireside all people and cancel his tour. Now bear with me, my non-linear mind would not totally perceive Tekashi’s fragmented logic, so I am going to current his clarification in bulletin factors. That means we will piece it collectively, collectively.
My understanding is that Tekashi is cautious of shady promoters and reserving brokers, which he expressed in so many phrases: “There’s a lot cash on the market to be stolen, you understand what I am saying.” He did not cease there.
Tekashi talked about a reserving company by title, “MTA Booking” out of Los Angeles. His declare is that entities like “MTA Booking” are merely scared his presence will incite violence, forcing them to demand a further allowance for “heightened” safety.
It all comes right down to and sense: extra money spent on safety, much less in Tekashi 6ix9ine’s pocket. It’s fairly apparent, Tekashi would fairly pull the plug on his bookings than be a sufferer of circumstance, therefore why his personnel got here off the books.
So far so good?
According to Tekashi, regulation enforcement could be very a lot concerned in his affairs. His perception is that native police are working with promoters in a mutually helpful relationship, put in place to skim cash from his profit-share. Call me loopy, however Tekashi’s logic sort of provides up.
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