Louis Theroux mocks Tekashi 6ix9ine’s freestyle with savage joke

It seems being in lockdown has only sharpened Louis Theroux’s trademark wit as he’s mocked Tekashi 6ix9ine’s freestyling skills. 

The British filmmaker came across an old video of Tekashi freestyling while likely mindlessly scrolling through Twitter, and couldn’t help but share his thoughts on the rapper’s talents – or lack thereof. 

‘This makes me feel better about my freestyling,’ Louis tweeted alongside the video, clearly not rating Tekashi’s bars. 

The video dates back to 2018 and is actually a spoof of Tekashi rapping along to viral hit Who Run It, which sparked a challenge at the time. 

‘I usually don’t do this but I had to come body-bag this one time,’ Tekashi says before dropping bars about Coachella and failing to get a GED while mimicking a debate with his mum. 

So, he was meant to rap badly. 

The documentary-maker has appeared on BBC Radio 1Xtra several times in the past where he was more than willing to drop some interesting lyrics such as: ‘My money don’t jiggle jiggle, it folds. 

‘I’d like to see you wiggle wiggle, for sure. It makes me wanna dribble dribble.’ 


When asked if he’d dropped a rap album yet, Louis told a Twitter follower back in 2012: ‘No, but I’m open to offers.’ 

Maybe he can ask Tekashi for advice as the Fefe rapper’s reportedly signed a multi-million dollar deal with a record label to release two albums following his release from prison. 

The 23-year-old, real name Daniel Hernandez, was granted early release last week due to the coronavirus pandemic after serving 17 months for racketeering. 

Tekashi suffers from asthma and the condition means he was vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus. 

His lawyer has since confirmed that Tekashi will be working on two albums – one in English and the other in Spanish – per the terms of his lucrative new record deal. 

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