6ix9ine Compares His Child Sexual Misconduct Conviction To Tupac’s Rape Case: ‘There’s No Difference’

Published: Wednesday 2nd Sep 2020 by Rashad

When not being panned for snitching cooperating with federal law enforcement agents to expose the alleged criminal activity of some of his colleagues, 6ix9ine is dodging criticism for some of his controversial commentary.

No stranger to ruffling the feathers of fellow rappers like Megan Thee Stallion, Future, Meek Mill, Doja Cat, and more (as we reported here), the emcee (born Daniel Hernandez) is certainly keeping momentum in that arena going full throttle thanks a recent statement that saw him compared himself to the late, great Tupac Shakur.

In his first official interview since being released from prison earlier this year, look inside to see exactly what he said:

Over two years after proclaiming himself to be ‘the next Tupac’ (click here to read more on that), Hernandez took to ‘The New York Times’ to compare his past sexual misconduct charges to that of the late legendary rapper’s.

“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,” he said. “You’re telling me he gave back through his art? You’re lying to me. I got to feed what, in 2020, is relevant. I got to feed the masses. There’s no difference between me and Tupac Shakur.”

Unlike Shakur (who was convicted of sexual felony abuse in 1994), 6ix9ine’s case involved a minor and he plead guilty to use of a child in a sexual performance in 2015.  In reference to that guilty plea, he told ‘The New York Times.’

“I was at the wrong place at the wrong time,” he said, making sure to mention that he is not a “40-year-old Jeffrey Epstein-type.”

Elsewhere in the conversation, the ‘TROLLZ’ hitmaker discussed the fallout that followed his infamous ‘snitching.’

“Before I broke the street code, how many times was it broken to me? ‘It’s all about honor, loyalty.’ Well, let’s talk about if sleeping with somebody’s girl is honor, kidnapping somebody is honor, stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from them is honor, trying to kill them is honor. ‘Snitching’s not street!’ But street is taking advantage of one of your homies?” he said.

He suggests he feels like he’s done enough to make up for the betrayal, however.

“No other celebrity gives back as much as Daniel Hernandez,” he said. “What society is trying to do is have me crawl into a corner and say, you know what, I hate myself. I will never hate myself. I love everything I’ve been through and I will never take it back. I will never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever regret the lessons I learned in life, because they made me into an animal, made me into a beast. I can go through anything.”

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  1. Lmfao_Hoe September 3, 2020

    He only feels invincible because ya won’t stop promoting him smh. If everyone literally paid him dust completely he’ll fade into thin air and gone is the wind. But shid attention-seeking is the new crack of our era so this is sadly unlikely atleast now low ass standards

  2. DC3 FOREVER September 3, 2020

    It’s crazy on his s** assault case the girl was 16 and he was 18 90% of y’all’s parents were having s** at those ages these are FACTS

  3. b*tches and clicks September 3, 2020

    True. but it’s still disgusting. and he is right about it all, people have double standards… and i don’t like him or his music

  4. Ratched September 3, 2020

    That grapejuice I suggest you get rid of this part “Unlike Shakur (who was convicted of sexual felony abuse in 1994), 6ix9ine’s case involved a minor” R*** is r***. I understand where your coming from but it’s insensitive to others.

  5. Abel September 3, 2020

    Tupac r**** someone? So let’s drag his dead ass to the hell!!!

    He didn’t become a saint just because he died.
    I have to agree with this s*** 69. Double standards are really unfair.

    Shakur died a r*****

  6. Shayla Queen 👑 September 3, 2020

    He is just a “TROLL.” He is a NARCISSIST. He almost thinks he is some kind of legend or even a God. He makes excuse after excuse and never takes accountability for his OWN actions. He is too toxic to be being promoted to the media as an “artist” who’s all over radio and the blogs. If he wasn’t a “celebrity,” no one would condone his actions. This idiot needs to be forgotten and shunned by the media. Michael Jackson’s music got banned from certain radio stations with NO CHARGES and as the most ICONIC LEGEND IN HISTORY and got so condemned by the media for 15 years that ultimately that’s what ended up killing him. Yet this fool gets all this fame, attention and shoved down kid’s throats?

    • DC September 3, 2020

      He really does think he’s God untouched arrogant i can’t stand him

  7. Shayla Queen 👑 September 3, 2020

    Furthermore, what Tupac or anyone else has done in the past does not make it OK for you to do it. Stop using others actions to lessen your own, “double standards” or not.

  8. tyty September 3, 2020

    This guy is a plant it’s so obvious, why the desperation to shove him down our throats? Yeah he got a bit of attention when he was released but that’s dwindling. Why are the New york times of all places interviewing him? He admitted to domestic abuse towards one of baby mothers for years, sexual offences against a minor, was terrorising the streets of New York with his gang putting out hits on several people and we are supposed to feel sorry for him? This dude is so confident and continuously picking fights with gang members or those affiliated Who is protecting him? We all know his a plant under the FBI protection I hope they continue to pay him dust will see how cocky he is when his no longer useful.

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