Tekashi 6ix9ine says there’s no difference between him and Tupac Shakur in his first interview with The New York Times since leaving prison.
While his haters are angry at how free he’s been, 6ix9ine continues to live his life and to say whatever he wants to. The world seems to be interested in all that he’s got to say which makes him want to be even more honest.
For the first time since leaving prison, Tekashi granted his first interview with The New York Times. Speaking to journalist, Joe Coscarelli, he opened up about his 2015 child sex case. The “Fefe” rapper pleaded guilty to using a 13 year old girl for sex acts on camera. Coscarelli asked the controversial star if he felt he deserved the fame he got despite his previous criminal acts.
Replying him, he referenced Tupac Shakur’s rape case. He stated that although the late rapper was convicted for rape, he ended up being loved and not hated. He went on to ask “What’s the difference between me and Tupac Shakur? I never caught a rape charge. Never.” He then concluded that it was the difference between them.
“Tupac Shakur was convicted of rape. Is Tupac Shakur loved or hated? Loved! What’s the difference between me and Tupac Shakur? I never caught a rape charge — ever. There’s no difference between me and Tupac Shakur.”
He also revealed that the both them created music that “grappled with his demons”.