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Tekashi 6ix9ine has dropped first trailer for new Supervillain docuseries

6ix9ine Supervillain

Reportedly, Showtime has launched the first trailer of supervillain, an eye opening docuseries regarding the rise of influential young rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine.

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All you need to know about Tekashi 6ix9ine’s new docuseries, Supervillain!

Supervillain is directed by Karam Gill, it is three episode short docuseries examining how 6ix9ine created his own cult celebrity prestige via his excellency of social media and purposely heated up controversy. Karam Gill recently conducted an interview exclusively with 6ix9ine, post his release from prison in this year.

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The docuseries will be based on how Daniel Hernandez initially operating as deli clerk in New York city, transformed himself into 6ix9ine, the tattooed artist with rainbow hair color, always rapping. He achieved more than 2.6 million streams,  15 super hits on the top most music lists and collaborated with great artists like Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Young Thug, Lil Baby and many more. 6ix9ine is not just a rapper but he is an sensation of internet driven world and he has mastered transforming his freakish digital presence into an prominent marketing tool for his rap personality.

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However, designing the career of 6ix9ine has always invited controversies. In 2015, he was proved guilty for using a child artist in a seductive sexual portrayal and was sentenced for four years. In 2018, he was arrested for many other charges, which included racketeering, attempt to murder and armed robbery. He was proven guilty for nine of the charges and was sentenced for two years in jail in 2019. However, he was released from jail in March cause of the rising COVID-19 pandemic.

Supervillain is produced by Imagine Documentaries, Rolling stone and Lightbox and it will release on showtime in year 2021.

 

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