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The song is classic 6ix9ine : spitfire verses filled with boasts about himself and taunts to his detractors. A shrewd self-marketer, he immediately told his fans on Twitter how to buy the clothes he wore. Shortly after the song was released, 6ix9ine fired up his Instagram account for a livestreamed rant that lasted about 13 minutes and was seen by as many as two million people. The rapper stood in what seemed to be a small bedroom, with a ceiling fan and a neatly made bed visible behind him. At the start of the livestream, two women with pastel-colored hair danced next to him and helped him remove heavy jewelry. But 6ix9ine came most alive in teasing other rappers, positioning his flip to become a cooperating witness as part of a comeback narrative.
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