(AllHipHop News) This alleged robbery situation involving Tekashi69 keeps evolving. At first, reports said 6ix9ine was leaving a video shoot around 4 am. Gunmen reportedly waited for the rapper at his Bedford-Stuyvesant residence, dragged him into their vehicle, drove him around, returned to the home, and then went inside to steal jewelry.
Hours later the story changed to 6ix9ine being a passenger in a Chevy Tahoe that was stopped at a traffic light when another car struck them from behind. Tekashi was then supposedly kidnapped, taken to his home, and made to call someone to bring the items down to the thieves.
In the latest version of the incident, police say 6ix9ine was flaunting his wealth at the CityScapes strip club in Queens. He was followed from the club then got robbed for a $750,000 chain he was wearing and $15,000-$20,000 he had in cash. The Day69 creator reportedly took himself to Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn.
Surveillance footage may actually show the moments the alleged attack took place. After 6ix9ine apparently spoke to investigators, he is now said to be uncooperative. Police may interview his driver to find out what he may have seen.
Some people are questioning if this is just another troll job by Tekashi in order to promote his new single "FEFE" featuring Nicki Minaj. The 22-year-old born Daniel Hernandez has a history of purposely engaging in controversial actions to gain attention.
"As crazy as it sounds.. yesterday morning I had a feeling that it was my day to die. May GOD strike me dead if I’m lying. Everything happens for a reason," Tekashi wrote on Instagram.
6ix9ine offered a thank you message to his fans on IG Live. He also took the opportunity to tell his followers to watch, stream, and share the "FEFE" song and video.