Tekashi 6ix9ine is giving back to the community in whatever way he can.

 

A few days ago, Tekashi 6ix9ine was robbed for his jewelry. Not shocking news considering how much beef he's been involved with over the past few months. The incident served as a wake-up call for the rapper who recently said that he plans on donating a percentage of his latest single FEFE sales to youth programs in light of the robbery.

 

6ix9ine made this announcement with an Instagram video post Instagram. “After what happened to be a couple days ago, I realized that tomorrow's not promised”. He said, “There's a lot of kids in New York City, in this world, that are dying at a young age. If I was to die, I wouldn't be happy with myself knowing that I didn't do enough for my community. I'm the King of New York City. This my city. So it would make me feel better as a person to give a percentage to charity off the Fefe track."

 

He continued “A percentage of that song will go to charity to the community to build a better future for these kids.” He said. Tekashi is also seen in the video giving out money to a bunch of kids. While he didn't mention the exact percentage of how much he'll donate, let’s hope he keeps his word and helps his community in whatever way he can.

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