Tekashi 6ix9ine says that he cannot speak on certain topics since he's still on house arrest, but he sends his condolences to George Floyd's family.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has seen all that is happening in the world right now and he's taking a moment to address the racial injustices that people of color face on a daily basis in the United States.
Recording a video on his social media channels, the controversial rapper claimed that there are still topics he cannot approach, likely police brutality and any sort of critique against the cops, but he is sending his deepest condolences to the Floyd family.
"I'm still not a free man," said the rapper while showing off his ankle monitor. "I'm home under supervised release. I can't speak on certain topics but what I want to do and what I am gonna do is send out my deepest condolences to the Floyd family."
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He goes on to explain that, although he's not legally allowed to approach certain topics, that we all should stick together as we've been doing to fight back against racial injustice.
Some of Tekashi's fans and critics are calling on the rapper to refrain from using the n-word in his music from now on, noting that there are obvious ways for him to stop potentially contributing to racism.
What do you think of 6ix9ine's statement?