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Dancers From Record-Breaking Tekashi 6ix9ine GOOBA Video Share Behind-The-Scenes Snaps

Dancers From Record-Breaking Tekashi 6ix9ine GOOBA Video Share Behind-The-Scenes Snaps

The women appeared in the rappers GOOBA video

Claire Reid

Claire Reid

The dancers from Tekashi 6ix9ine's recent record-breaking YouTube video for the song 'GOOBA' have shared some behind-the-scenes from the shoot.

The four dancers shared snaps of themselves to Instagram, wearing the brightly coloured outfits they wore in the video and as you can imagine, the photos proved pretty bloody popular with their combined millions of followers.

The women, who post under their handles @__ohsoyoujade, @baddiegi__, @tina.colada and @iambadder, are part of the most-viewed hip hop video to ever be posted on YouTube, cementing a place for themselves in pop music history. Pretty impressive.

Posing in one snap, the women - dressed in individual colours, a bit like sexy versions of the Teletubbies, in a way - can be seen pouting in front of a mirror while one takes the shot.

Jade, who appeared in the video wearing a lot of yellow, is in a relationship with Tekashi, real name Daniel Hernandez.

The pair met just a couple of weeks before the rapper was indicted on federal charges of racketeering and a firearm charge, for which he would eventually go to prison.

She previously shared loved-up posts about the 24-year-old, writing: "He was exceptionally respectful, outgoing, very sweet, kind-hearted and a genuine generous person.

"Yes, we knew each other for a few weeks before his indictment but I decided to stick by his side not because I felt I needed to but that he needed someone he can trust in his corner."

On his birthday earlier this month, Jade shared a photo of him holding large wads of cash writing: "Your watch alone is the entire NY rappers chains put together. Happy Birthday I love you dirty."

Tekashi was released from prison on 2 April, four months early, after a judge said his asthma meant he faced 'greater danger' in prison during the coronavirus outbreak, and was placed under house arrest.

However, he has already been moved to a different area after his secret location ended up on Twitter - Tekashi was spotted while posing up a storm for the 'gram on his balcony. Whoops.

His attorney, Lance Lazzaro, has confirmed to TMZ that the rapper has now been relocated in light of this and that police were aware of the move.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/baddiegi__

Topics: Celebrity, Music