6ix9ine has compared himself to the late rap legend, Tupac Shakur. The rapper in an in-person interview with the New York Times made the comparison saying 2Pac, who was convicted of felony sex abuse in 1994, telling the Times that “What’s the difference between me and Tupac Shakur? I never caught a rape charge — ever.”
6ix9ine also admitted that he was addicted to attention (“I love it. I grew up being a nobody”) and that his security detail ranges from 8-to-22 guards. He also addresses the domestic violence accusations levied by his former partner and mother of their daughter, Sara Molina, and pleading guilty in 2015 to the use of a child in a sexual performance (“I pleaded guilty to [using] a child in a sexual performance, and then I took responsibility for that”).
6ix9ine said, “I got to feed what, in 2020, is relevant. I got to feed the masses. There’s no difference between me and Tupac Shakur.”
The rapper cooperated with federal authorities and was sentenced to 24 months after pleading guilty to charges including narcotics trafficking, racketeering conspiracy, and violent crime in aid of racketeering — showed no remorse about his crimes, among many other things in a wide-ranging,
In the Times, he’s called out for his trolling and compared to President Donald Trump. In response, the rapper said, “I don’t think Trump trolls. I think Trump is genuinely Trump. I get compared to Trump every day. But I love Mexican people. I don’t think we’re the same.” When asked if he’d vote for Trump if he were allowed to, he whispered he would, then laughed.