Tekashi69 Meets Family In Mexico For First Time, Gives Out Stacks Of Cash To Locals
We've all lent a mate a few quid, begrudgingly or not. But this guy has gone one step further by handing $100 bills to random strangers in the streets of Mexico.
Not stopping there, rapper Tekashi69 then went on to hand out the notes to every child in a local school classroom.
6ix9ine was visiting his aunt and uncle in Mexico during a stop in his touring schedule.
At the beginning of the video, he tells the camers: "It's my first time in Mexico, I never met my family.
"This shit's going to be fucking crazy."
The video shows the father pulling his aunt in for a hug before counting out what looks like thousands of dollars over a dinner table.
Bet they're buzzing they invited him round for a brew.
He shared the video with his 11.7 million followers captioned: "I never met my family before.... This was so crazyyyyyy ....
"My first time in Mexico this shit broke my heart connecting with family I never seen before I've only spoken to..... me being younger not understanding why my mom left her country to make a better future for us. THIS right here hits home."
In a second video, he walks through what looks like the local town with a mob following him. He then starts handing out notes to absolute strangers at market stalls.
It's pretty similar to how we splash the cash at penny slot machines.
In the final video, the rainbow haired rapper visited his mum's former school and dished out $100 bills to the kids there.
Imagine going to school one morning and coming home $100 richer.
He wrote on Instagram: "I went to my mom's school where she attended 45 years ago AND IT FELT AMAZING GIVING HOPE TO THESE KIDS.
"Even if they didn't really care for what I said it felt so gooooooood seeing them happy and knowing that there's always a way out and a way through!"
According to NME, 6ix9ine could face spending up to three years in prison if he's found guilty of sexual exploitation of a child plus additional assault charges.
The rapper is set to attend court in October after allegedly violating an earlier plea deal.
In 2015 he pleaded guilty to using a child in a sexual performance after he was seen standing behind a 13-year-old girl as she performed oral sex in a video he posted online.
He was 18 at the time and was told that he must not commit another crime within two years to avoid being placed on the sex offender's register.
NME reported that he now stands accused of choking a 16 year-old girl, as well as driving without a licence and assaulting a police officer.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/6ix9ine