6IX9INE Recreates 50 Cent's "In Da Club" Music Video

Where 50 Cent and Tekashi 6IX9INE are concerned, hilarity is shut by.

This time round, you will discover 6IX9INE making his each day meme-worthy rounds with a brand new clip through which he recreated 50 Cent’s “In DaClubb” music video.

Playing the function, Tekashi places a sweatband on and kicks issues f the other way up the identical means the G-Unit honcho did when he took on the function Dr. Dre and Eminem’s “experiment” for the video his breakout single. Similarly, 6IX9INE sloppily attaches strings to his torso to correctly assume the place a lab rat earlier than transitionng to a 2003-era outfit as he enters the “membership.”

“I’m going again to 50cent’s profession anyone need one thing,” writes 6IX9INE. “#getthestrap 😩 Go inform pops he higher chill.”

Tekashi’s new publish got here as a response to 50’s clowning antics when he went after Tekashi’s outfit, worn throughout a Phillippe Plein present at Milan Fashion Week, significantly calling out the helmet that Tekashi needed to put on as half the get-up.

“lm a fuck Philipp plein up for placing that helmet on my son head,” Fif connected to the comedic video Tekashi having a biker’s helmet adjusted on his dome. “l don’t care how a lot he paid him 😤don’t do this to my ew 😡🤨get the strap #lecheminduroi”

As one Twitter person factors out, Tekashi might have very properly sparked an “In Da Club” problem with this one. What do you suppose?

Young Thug Will Not Release Music This Year Because Of His Deaf Brother

Young Thug aka Sex is taking a hiatus, and according to the rapper, it’s because his brother. In a recent interview with Hypebeast, the rapper revealed that he would not be putting out any new music for the entirety 2018 in an effort align himself with his deaf brother.

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“I’ve got a deaf brother,” he told the publication during a video interview shot alongside girlfriend Jerrika Karlae during New York Fashion Week as they participated in Phillip Plein’s and VFILES runway shows. “I’ve got a brother who can’t hear or talk, so I want to act deaf for a year. So, I ain’t going to put out no music this year.”

He went on to add, however, that he plans to release that long-awaited HiTunes (stylized as HY!£UN35) debut studio album sometime in 2019. Considering Thug’s extensive catalog, it’s still unfathomable to believe that he technically hasn’t dropped f an ficial debut. But judging by the delay, one that is quickly approaching the three-year mark, fans should be in for a treat once the Atlanta emcee decides to deliver on it.

“In 2019, I’m going to put out probably Hi-Tunes,” was Thug’s uncertain response to the cameras. For the sake family, though, we’re in no rush as Young Thug takes the year to execute such a gesture for his brother.