The rapper was reportedly released from house arrest on Sunday and within hours released both a new single, “Punani,” and a music video for it. The title of the song is a slang word for female genitalia.
Tekashi 6ix9ine was released in April from a federal prison four months before he was due to have completed his 2-year sentence.
The popular artist was allowed to complete his sentence at home after his attorney, Lance Lazzaro, argued that Hernandez’s asthma made him vulnerable to the coronavirus.
He was sentenced late last year after pleading guilty to charges related to gang activity in New York. He was granted a reduced sentence after he cooperated with federal investigators and informed on his former gang associates.