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6ix9ine Flashes '$1 Million' Jewelry & Stacks of Cash from House Balcony: Watch

Tekashi 6ix9ine
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Tekashi 6ix9ine attends Made In America - Day 1 on September 1, 2018 in Philadelphia, Penn.

6ix9ine is living his best life after being granted an early release from prison.

On the heels of dropping his new comeback single "Gooba" on Friday (May 8), the 24-year-old rainbow-haired rapper shared a video on Instagram of himself flashing stacks of cash and showing off his "$1 million" diamond encrusted shark pendant and watch.

"Every rapper calling each other pushing there albums back," 6ix9ine captioned the video, adding the cost of his jewelry. "1,500,00 WATCHES (and) 750,000 CHAIN."

In his video post, the rapper -- who was granted an early prison release last month amid the coronavirus pandemic -- is seen on the balcony of a discreet house wearing a baby blue hoodie and shorts while singing and dancing to a remix of Brytiago and Darell's "Asesina."

On Friday, after teasing fans with a gigantic billboard in New York's Times Square earlier in the week, 6ix9ine returned with a self-directed video for his new song "Gooba."

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