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6ix9ine Readies New Single as House Arrest Nears End

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6ix9ine is ready to hit the streets again.

In a little over a month, the rapper will be released from house arrest after serving four months on racketeering and other charges. Taking to Instagram on Saturday, he celebrated the news with his nearly 24 million followers.

“I have about 34 more days ’til house arrest is over, about 34 more days and the ankle monitor comes off and the king of New York is back on the street,” said 6ix9ine, who has been on house arrest since his release from prison on April 2.

But first, he plans to release another single and video on Friday, July 3. “I’m gonna give y’all one more music video,” he told fans. “Just picture this, right. I’ve been on house arrest. I broke a whole bunch of records. Since I’ve been home, the first song outta jail, platinum. I have the No. 1 record in the world, from house arrest. I’ve been shooting all the music videos in my living room.”

Added 6ix9ine, “Picture the noise I’m gonna make when I’m outside.”

Since his release from prison, 6ixine has already dropped a pair of singles—”GOOBA,” which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100—and “TROLLZ” featuring Nicki Minaj, which became his first No. 1 on the chart.

It’s unclear what song he plans to release next, but he has collaborated with Akon on a remake of his 2004 hit “Locked Up.” He has also toyed with the idea of remaking 50 Cent’s “Many Men.”

“THIS FRIDAY NEW SONG NEW MUSIC VIDEO JULY 3RD,” Tekashi added on IG Stories.

Meanwhile, he continues to make noise on social media, taking shots at his rivals including Future, Meek Mill, and Snoop Dogg.

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