Watch Tekashi 6ix9ine take over Brooklyn in “Punani” video

The rapper celebrates his freedom from house arrest.

Tekashi 6ix9ine has marked the end of his house arrest with a rowdy video for his newest song, “Punani.”

The rapper co-directed the video with frequent collaborator Canonf8, who previously helmed the visual for “Trollz.” In the clip, 6ix9ine celebrates his newfound freedom by taking over the streets of Brooklyn with his entire crew. They do donuts in colorful Lamborghinis, dine at a McDonald’s and hang out and smoke at a playground. At one point, 6ix9ine channels his inner daredevil and climbs onto his car’s windshield while racing down a bridge.

According to Billboard, the video was “filmed, edited and uploaded to YouTube just hours after his house arrest was lifted.” “IM FREE !!” 6ix9ine declared on Instagram. “WHO SAID WE AINT OUTSIDEEEEEE … BROOKLYN THIS MY TOWN NEW YORK THIS MY CITYYYY YOU HEAR ME!?!?! KING OF FUCKING NEW YORK YA COULD NEVA DO WHAT I DID AND BE OUTSIDE DUMMY!”

“Punani” is 6ix9ine’s latest post-prison single, following the Nicki Minaj-assisted “Trollz” and “Gooba.” In December, the rapper was sentenced to two years in prison for crimes carried out as part of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang, but was released early to house arrest in April over coronavirus health fears.

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Check out his “Punani” video below:

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