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6ix9ine Celebrates House Arrest Freedom With New Single and Video

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NEWARK, NJ - OCTOBER 28: Rapper 6ix9ine performs at Power 105.1's Powerhouse 2018 at Prudential Center on October 28, 2018 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for Power 105.1)

Already making a splash. 😅

On Saturday, 6ix9ine's ankle monitor was removed by his probation officer, marking the end of his four-month home confinement term. He was initially released from the Queens Detention Facility in April due to his asthma and the risks that coronavirus presented to his health. 

Even with temperatures reaching the low 90s, Tekashi wasted no time getting outside and roaming the streets of New York, specifically his hometown of Brooklyn. 

Photos and videos of him shooting a music video soon surfaced, with one showing a fleet of Lambos disrupting traffic on what looks like the Brooklyn Bridge and another in which he hangs outside of a car window while

Less than 24 hours later, Tekashi released the wild visuals for his latest single, "PUN*NI." In the caption announcing the video on his freshly reactivated Instagram, he proclaimed, "IM FREE !!"

He continued, "BROOKLYN THIS MY TOWN NEW YORK THIS MY CITYYYY YOU HEAR ME!?!?! KING OF F*****G NEW YORK YA COULD NEVA DO WHAT I DID AND BE OUTSIDE DUMMY!"

What's next for the controversial figure? Musically, he's putting the final touches on his second studio album, for which a possible tracklist featuring NBA YoungBoy, Megan Thee Stallion and Lil Nas X recently leaked.

He's also preparing for his $5 million live stream performance via GlobalStreamNow that's scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 5.

Legally, however, 300 hours of incomplete community service await Tekashi. His lawyers are still trying to figure out how he can do his time without facing danger, so they're looking at "highly secured" facilities like veteran hospitals and schools.

He'll also be under supervised release for the next five years, meaning he'll have to get permission from his PO if he wants to leave New York state.

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