If Tekashi69 had access to his cell phone in prison, he’d see there’s practically only one rapper everyone is listening to Wednesday on their way to work … and it’s him.
Despite a federal indictment that could get him locked up for life … the Brooklyn rapper DOMINATED the charts less than 24 hours after his album, “Dummy Boy” dropped. We checked … and 4 of Tekashi’s tracks were in the top 5 on iTunes.
He rounded out the top 10 with tracks landing at No. 8 and 9.
“Dummy Boy” is also killing it on Amazon where it’s top-paid digital album. What’s amazing is all this comes on the heels of a snag in his distribution deal that delayed the record’s release. Continue reading up on this [HERE].
In RELATED News Via TMZ:
TEKASHI 69 WIRETAP REVEALS SHOOTING THREATS From Ex-Crew Members:
Tekashi69 was in mortal danger just before he got arrested for racketeering charges, and the feds say they have the proof on tape.
The feds wiretapped several ex-members of Tekashi’s crew and the transcript — obtained by TMZ — is pretty damming … including a convo about “feeding” Tekashi after his appearance on “The Breakfast Club.” Prosecutors believe “feed” means unloading bullets. Continue Reading [HERE].
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