It may no longer be "TREYWAY."
Well, this is a rather odd turn. Tekashi 6ix9ine has been heavily promoting his upcoming project on social media, teasing features from A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Lil Baby, and more. Dummy Boy will be released next week but it seems like 6ix9ine is trying to initiate a fresh start before then. With all the legal drama he's been involved in, we don't necessarily blame him but this seems rather extreme.
In a video where he appears to be increasingly stressed out, Tekashi spoke to the camera and revealed that his entire American tour has been cancelled. He was originally supposed to perform in Austin, Texas tonight but he notes that he will not be present at the show. Instead, he's working directly with the promoter to perform on a different date. That's not really what's concerning though. 6ix9ine also admitted that he fired his entire team, including his booking agent, managers, publishers, and more. The man who used to represent Treyway on a regular basis in his music may not be screaming his name any longer. If he's not capping, this means that 6ix9ine is doing things all on his own now, with absolutely no help.
At this point, he's already established himself as a hitmaker. It will be interesting to see where this leads him as he has a mixtape releasing in just a few days.