While 6ix9ine continues to make headlines for reasons both good and bad, it's hard to deny his status as one of the game's most electrifying names.  Now, with everyone trying to get a piece of him, the young rapper has taken it back to his roots. Posting up with the day one homie Punch, who you might recognize from This Is 50, 6ix9ine opens up about all his recent experiences. Given the fact that he's already been robbed, kidnapped, dropped the number one single in North America, signed on to tour with Nicki Minaj and Future, and found himself on the receiving end of a Vic Mensa threat. All in a day's work.

While the video feels more like a mini-documentary than an interview, rest assured that the content runs deep. Fans (and haters looking for more fuel) will be pleased to find 6ix9ine at his most laid back, seeming comfortable in his hometown; clearly, the fan love runs deep, as many take the time to show the young rapper love. In fact, despite his reputation, 6ix9ine seems to genuinely appreciate his fans, and seems more approachable than his online persona might suggest. 

Should you be looking to take a deep-dive into the rainbow-wrapped enigma that is Tekashi 6ix9ine, look no further. Peep the full video below, and don't forget to check out "FEFE."