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6ix9ine Forced to Switch House Arrest Location After Reckless Instagram Post

Mahlik Campbell

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6ix9ine doesn't seem too concerned about concealing his location after snitching on several members of the Nine Trey Gangster Bloods. 😳

Following a record-breaking Instagram Live session on Friday, 6ix9ine couldn't resist flexing for the 'Gram. Over the weekend, he returned to the social platform and posted a colorful photo of himself holding stacks of cash while squatting on a balcony. "DESCRIBE ME IN ONE WORD 🤔" read the caption.

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DESCRIBE ME IN ONE WORD 🤔

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Normally, this snapshot wouldn't be a big deal. You've likely seen plenty of rappers flaunting money for their followers. However, 6ix9ine is under house arrest and needs to keep his location a secret since he's chosen to forgo the Witness Protection Program.

Not long after, TMZ reported that someone spotted 6ix9ine outside of their bedroom window and leaked his address along with a brief video of him posing for the camera. Snitchception!

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Story via TMZ - Tekashi's attorney, Lance Lazzaro tells TMZ ... his client has been relocated in light of his address being leaked -- for security reasons, obviously. We're also told the feds were made aware of the move, so it's not like they went rogue. In any case, though, he's outta there. It's quite the predicament -- technically, 6ix9ne isn't violating house arrest by being out on the balcony ... it's the neighbors around him that doxxed him. That said, he should know better than just to get outside like that in the open ... it's just not prudent. And, only time will tell if the court has the patience for this kind of thing if it continues to happen. 11:40 AM PT -- And, here you go ... Tekashi's got a HUGE problem. Someone across the way took a pic of the rapper on the balcony and not only posted it, but posted the address as well. It's apparent the neighbor knew Tekashi was staying there, presumably because he's either been on that balcony before or has been out and about. Tekashi 6ix9ine isn't in the witness protection program, but he'd be smart if he started acting like he is -- which is exactly what he ISN'T doing by showing off his new digs. The rainbow-haired rapper has a new pic up on IG, and there's a lot happening here ... including a potential road map to his whereabouts while he's under house arrest and (seemingly) trying to lay low from gang members ... who are almost certainly out to get him. T69 isn't helping his own cause by posting this, showing himself posing on a balcony of some sort with a couple big stacks of cash. The money and goofy attire isn't even the problem here ... it's what's all around him that's concerning, and possibly even dangerous. Basically, you can kinda see where Tekashi's hiding out right now -- and while he doesn't show off a full exterior ... there's more than enough here for digital snoops to get an idea of where he's at -- obviously not something he probably wants as a notorious snitch. Now, we won't speculate as to where he is or what this setting looks like to us -- not trying to dime the guy out -- BUT we will say ... if we can take a wild guess, others can too. Be smart, kid. For your sake ... and for the

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Tekashi's attorney, Lance Lazarro, responded to the news, saying that the rapper was later relocated for security reasons. Authorities were alerted of the move as well.

Late last week, the 24-year-old rapper released his first single and video, "GOOBA," since being granted a compassionate release from prison in early April. Directed by New York-based filmmaker David Wept and 6ix9ine, the NSFW video garnered 43 million views in only 24 hours.

Oh, and for those who thought 6ix9ine might ease up on the trolling this time around, there's one shot showing him laughing with an animated rat head. There's also a line referencing his reputation as a rat: "Tell me how I ratted, came home to a big bag."

6ix9ine also made waves when he attracted more than 2 million simultaneous viewers on IG Live, smashing the previous record of 380,000.

Throughout a nearly 14-minute rant, he apologized to his fans and defended his decision to cooperate with the government, claiming that any "loyalty" to his fellow gang members that had existed was broken before he went to prison.

“I’m sorry. I wanna say that I’m sorry to my fans because you know what? It wasn’t worth it," he said, adding, "If there is a street code, right, if there is a street code and there’s something so-called as loyalty and everything, and no snitching and all of that, I get it, right?

"But where was the loyalty when you was sleeping with my baby mother? Where was the loyalty when you was caught on the wire tap tryna kill me? Where was the loyalty when you tried to kidnap my mother? Where was the loyalty when you stole millions of dollars from me? Where was that? So who broke it first?”

Elsewhere, he showed off a new diamond chain inspired by the shark Bruce from Finding Nemo, saying the piece cost half a million dollars. One of his watches supposedly cost over half a million. He also questioned any other artists, like Lil Tjay, who claim to be the king of New York.

“Y’all could never cooperate with the government and come back, y’all could never do that. I’m a living legend at the age of 24 years old. ... Y'all not the kings of New York – look at the numbers,” he said.

He added, “If a rat came home the way I came home and did more numbers than me, I would be mad. You have every reason to be mad.”