6ix9ine Sued By Tattoo Artist Takashi Matsuba For Defamation After Being Inspired By Him: Report

Tekashi 6ix9ine: Rapper sentenced to two years in prison - BBC News

Tekashi 6ix9ine: Rapper sentenced to two years in prison - BBC News

Discussion has a method of finding the reliably disturbed 6ix9ine.

Tekashi 6ix9ine, genuine name Daniel Hernandez, is no more abnormal to meat. This time, he’s beset in a lawful quarrel with tattoo craftsman Takashi Matsuba, who purportedly motivated the rapper’s own stage name. The hamburger allegedly originates from claims 6ix9ine made in two ongoing narratives about the questionable star, 69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez and Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine, separately.

In both of the Tekashi 6ix9ine narratives, the rapper asserts that Takashi Matsuba is a heroin someone who is addicted. At the point when Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine broadcasted on Showtime, the rapper clarified where his stage name came from, and continued to name-drop Matsuba.

The “Fefe” rapper says, “There was this tattoo craftsman named Takashi from our area. Also, he was this heroin junkie. He did heroin to make. He did it to get himself in his little world. He did it to act naturally. What’s more, that is the place where I got the name Tekashi from. Furthermore, that is who I am.”

The head of the Tekashi 6ix9ine Hulu narrative likewise references Takashi Matsuba. In 69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez, the chief is heard expressing, “Peter’s flat mate, a Japanese tattoo craftsman named Takashi would move Danny’s new persona, Tekashi69.” During the chief’s assertions, Matsuba’s complete name is imprinted on the screen.

The tattoo artist is none too glad about the cases in these docs, and the straightforward reality that Tekashi 6ix9ine basically took his name in any case, save for a letter. Additionally, he says that he is as a rule dishonestly blamed for ongoing heroin use.

Per authoritative archives got by TMZ, Matsuba says that 6ix9ine “has made disarray and the bogus public insight,” that the tattoo craftsman utilizes heroin. Matsuba’s authoritative reports further states, “inking requires the utilization of needles, and heroin is associated in the public’s psyche with hypodermic needles.” After mentioning makers of the Hulu task to eliminate his name, picture, and similarity, Hulu would not make the alters.

Matsuba is suing for harms.

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