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6ix9ine Compares Himself To The Joker In New Docuseries



Tekashi 6ix9ine Wants To Be Hip Hop's Villain: "Villains Never Die"

Tekashi 6ix9ine Wants To Be Hip Hop’s Villain: “Villains Never Die”

Tekashi 6ix9ine has been proudly wearing his ‘rat’ tag and that wouldn’t even stop him from antagonizing other rappers. He recently reignited his beef with Meek Mill and later attacked the likes of Lil Reese and 600Breezy by invoking the name of the late King von.

However, in the premiere of the three-part Showtime docuseries of the rapper’s rise from deli clerk to viral Instastar, he says that he’s a villain in the rap game that’s attempting to create some sort of longevity.

“I feel my steppops was a superhero. He was always helping people without thinking about himself and that’s what a superhero did and that’s what my steppop did. Superheroes always die. Fuck being a superhero, I want to be a villain. Villains never die,” 69 says in the docu-series.


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He explains further by comparing himself to Gotham’s most twisted villain: The Joker. The rapper explains that though many were inclined to dislike Batman’s nemesis, they found themselves “falling in love with him.”

“It’s like the Joker, you want to hate him, but you love him,” he says. “You consistently say, ‘I hate this guy,’ but you can’t stop watching. There’s somewhere deep down where you fall in love with that guy.”

Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine premiered on Sunday, Feb. 22nd.

Last week, Karam Gill, the director of the upcoming documentary, SUPERVILLAIN: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine, says he did not want to initially be a part of the project because he thinks the rapper is a “horrible person.”

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