Tekashi 6ix9ine Didn’t Get Paid Sex Shop’s Cringeworthy Anti-Abuse Ad

Tekashi 6ix9ine Didn’t Get Paid Sex Shop’s Cringeworthy Anti-Abuse Ad


Tekashi 6ix9ine is the final particular person you’d suppose would seem in some form of anti-domestic abuse marketing campaign however it’s 2019 and clearly, something is feasible. The rapper starred in a home violence consciousness industrial for a Romantic Depot — a intercourse store with a number of areas throughout NYC. While you’d suppose that 6ix9ine could have obtained some dough to look within the industrial, seems the rapper did it at no cost.99.

Romantic Depot CEO, Glen, advised The Blast that 6ix9ine got here to their store a number of months again, previous to his arrest, and expressed curiosity in showing in selling the marketing campaign. Glen mentioned the rapper was  “very humble when he got here in” and gave them full assist. In phrases of compensation, Glen mentioned that 6ix9ine did the industrial at no cost and gave them full authorization to make use of his likeness. 6ix9ine was reportedly supportive of the marketing campaign and wished to lend his voice to spark an even bigger dialog round violence in opposition to ladies. 

Apparently, when 6ix9ine walked into the shop, he was eying a number of of the toys however declined to take any residence, saying, “Dude, my mom would bug if she discovered that underneath my mattress!”

“When I used to be youthful I used to make numerous silly errors, however I’m able to study extra,” 6ix9ine mentioned within the industrial for the marketing campaign.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Didn't Get Paid Sex Shop's Cringeworthy Anti-Abuse Ad
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The firm started airing the industrial forward of Valentine’s Day. They did obtain some backlash for 6ix9ine’s inclusion attributable to current allegations that he abused his child mom. However, Glen mentioned the response has been primarily optimistic. They additionally reiterated that do not condone 6ix9ine’s violent habits or his ties to gangs.