6ix9ine mobbed by huge crowd as he visits one of the most dangerous hoods in Mexico

During his recent visit to Tepito, Mexico, Tekashi 6ix9ine experienced a huge gathering of people surrounding him.
The 27-year-old rapper, known for his controversial image, went to the barrio in Mexico City this week to witness a mural created by his fans.

The residents were delighted to have the presence of the musician behind the hit song 'FEFE.' As he rode through the streets on a motorcycle, he attracted followers who ultimately encircled him while he posed in front of the mural.

As numerous cameras were aimed at him and fans called out for his attention, Tekashi 6ix9ine appeared to maintain composure.

Tepito, located in the Cuauhtémoc borough of Mexico City, is a well-known barrio with a notorious reputation. Despite its vibrant tianguis open-market, Tepito is commonly referred to as 'Barrio Bravo' due to the prevalence of crime in the neighborhood.

Counterfeit goods contribute to some of the criminal activities in the area, but Tepito is also infamous for drug trafficking, arms dealing, and robberies.

The La Union gang holds dominion over Tepito, engaging in activities such as drug trade, weapon transactions, and assassinations. A documentary titled "Banged Up: My Story - Toughest Stories from Behind Bars" explores estimates that suggest approximately eight kilograms of cocaine and half a ton of marijuana are sold in Tepito's alleyways every weekend.

Given its criminality, it is not surprising that tourists are advised to steer clear of Tepito.
In another development concerning 6ix9ine, the immensely popular musician made his first public statement in late March following the emergence of footage depicting a violent assault on him at a gym.

As per his attorney Lance Lazzaro, Tekashi 6ix9ine, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, was spending time at a gym in South Florida on March 21 when he allegedly encountered a group of assailants who attacked him.

Although he attempted to defend himself, he was subjected to a brutal beating, prompting the intervention of law enforcement and an ambulance being summoned to the location of the incident.

Subsequently, the rapper was transported to a hospital to receive necessary medical attention, and photographs of him in a hospital bed with cuts and bruises emerged thereafter.

In his initial social media post, he promoted his latest music video with a message that read: "I have returned! A heartfelt thank you to all those who called and reached out. I genuinely love all of you, my fans."
In his Instagram post, he expressed that it was the first time he addressed the situation.

"For the past two years, I've been moving around without security. I'm not saying I promote it, but now you can see that I never really hid from anything."

"If you've ever crossed paths with me or been to my house (you know who you are, ladies), you can tell the world that 'Danny drives his own cars and rolls solo.' Do you know how many times people have seen me in real life, by myself, at gas stations, supermarkets, restaurants, and so on?"

"Anyway, what happened here was nothing but cowardice. I'm not angry that it happened. There are no rules in the streets, so I can't say they were in the wrong. Obviously, it wasn't fair, but again, the streets have no rules."

"Imagine having nothing to do with a situation but feeling obligated to make it your business. (Very strange.) I'm grateful to still be here, and I want to express my love to my fans. Thank you."

"P.S: I never knew that we respected jumping people. When did that become a victory?"

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