6ix9ine’s Manager Slams Rapper’s Hulu & Showtime Documentaries: ‘Don’t Support This Trash’

Published: Wednesday 18th Nov 2020 by Rashad

Despite making an enemy out of many of his contemporaries in and outside of the music business, 6ix9ine‘s success has endured to almost puzzling heights.

The impetus behind his popularity has become a muse for filmmakers who have sought to bring his childhood story and tale of his meteoric rise to fame to the small screen via two separate, unrelated documentaries – Hulu’s ’69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez’ and Showtime’s ‘Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine.’ While the latter isn’t due until next year, the former hit screens this week to critical acclaim.

Yet, for all the fanfare it’s generated there’s one who is unlikely to be imparting a standing ovation: the rapper himself.

Details inside:

Murda Murphy

After the Vikram Gandhi-directed Hulu special arrived Monday (November 16), Murda Murphy – 6ix9ine’s manager – took to Instagram to tell fans not to support it or the soon-to-be-released Showtime doc.


Fans unfamiliar with the projects mentioned can see their respective trailers below:

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  1. DC3 FOREVER November 18, 2020

    Supporting and watching! Stay mad!

  2. tyty November 18, 2020

    Tgi FeFe was the pinnacle of his success why do you keep posting him? His a massive flop his album flopped, months for his number 1 (single for a week) then fell off only just went platinum after a months. No successful tour, no successful brand endorsements unless you count trolling on Instagram as outside ventures. Just like tory lanez still trying to figure out why you keep posting this flopped irrelevant culture vulture. He has no fans if he did he wouldn’t have run away from insta like a b**** after none of them bought his crap!!

    • MessyBoots November 18, 2020

      I believe it’s purely driven by clicks for them.

      Unfortunately, his name earns more clicks than say a JoJo or Rita Ora.

  3. tyty November 18, 2020

    Now I know y’all on this Mexican troll payroll. You deleted my comment of me speaking facts, flop album, flop singles, never had a successful tour, no brand endorsements. Yet you keep trying to to push the narrative his popular and relevant. Just like y’all keep posting Tory lanez another flop. You allow racist comments but mad cause I called you out on promoting this culture vulture and that abuser?

  4. PinotNoir November 18, 2020

    Dunno what stinks more: his rep or his foreskin? In fact, Idc to know.

  5. Chester November 18, 2020

    This fool should get on his hands and knees and pray somebody watches this thing. His last album came and went out of the billboard 200 within a month. Trying pull a diet pill news exclusive! Ungrateful, spoiled and entitled with a wig!

  6. herve quinones November 19, 2020

    Yo I’m straight out of Brooklyn they call me big mo mo I’m 56 years old I never heard no b******* like this s*** 69 was came out of Brooklyn never heard of never seen them but it look like he’s doing his thing you do what you got to do to make it but that’s snitching s*** got to stop

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