(AllHipHop News) Tekashi 6ix9ine's gang ties continue to be a problem for his career.
Gang members in San Antonio, Texas have circulated a warning to the rapper not to show up for his show on Thursday.
Members of the Tango Orejon gang told Tekashi 6ix9ine there is a "no-fly zone" in effect, and that he is banned from his own show at Bar 23.
The group has problems with Tekashi 6ix9ine's criminal record since he pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct with a child after he featured a nude 13-year-old in a video.
The gang members said they had issues with 6ix9ine's appearance and him having a negative influence on the local youth.
Bar 23 has contracted extra security due to the security threat surrounding Tekashi 6ix9ine's upcoming appearance.
Police in San Antonio said they are aware of the threats.
Tekashi 6ix9ine and his crew should take Tango Orejon serious.
"Their rapid evolution, high level of criminal activity, propensity for violence, and relationships with Mexican cartels positions Tangos as the most significant gang threat to Texas," according to a report from the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Gang members from South Padre Island and the surrounding areas have also advised the rapper not to show up for his Spring Break show in March at Clayton’s Beach Bar on March 14th.Over the weekend, the rapper was engaged in a public war of words with factions of the Bloods and the Crips in Los Angeles.
Tekashi 6ix9ine seemed to gloat over the fact that certain members of different sets could not catch him in order to follow through on promises of physical harm.
And, during NFL Super Bowl weekend, gunshots were fired outside of a venue after a performance by the Brooklyn, rapper in Minnesota.The news comes as the "Gummo" rapper prepares to release his debut mixtape "Day69" on February 23rd.