Because of its controversial way of living, a non-profit donation by Tekashi 6ix9ine to No Hungry focused on ending the hunger of children, was decreased.
Last month the rapper was released from jail said he gave $200,000 as a charity. The organizing spokesperson said, however, that his cash was not acknowledged.
Thanks to the release of the new album and merchant sales, Daniel Hernandez, born 6ix9 in had made $2 million about a week. He was planning to give No Kid Hungry a 10th of his profits. The Instagram article has been confirmed by 6ix9ine at the post since removed.
“I understand that we have nurses and heroes who risk daily lives to save others during this pandemic. However, never forget the kids & families who rely on our publisher schools to provide their meals and their nutrients in a manner that keeps our future leaders from developing to their best potential, “he said to his 19.5 million supporters.
The organization was prompted to speak, “It is a child-focused initiative, but it is our policy to withhold support from donors whose actions are not consistent with the mission and values. I want to express my gratitude to Hernandez for his great gesture to donate to No Kid Hungry and to tell his members that we have refused the donation.”
The “FEFE” rapper replied on Instagram in a post that is now taken down, “I wouldn’t eat the mouth of those poor kids that I have never seen so cruelly,” writes No Kid Starving. 6ix9ine is known for its turbulent history.
In 2019 he pleaded guilty to a series of gang raids and shootings and agreed to give evidence against Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods’ former associates. He was jailed for two years. In 2018, he was sentenced by a minor in sexual activity to probation for a felony.
He is currently under house arrest as he was released early on from jail with concern about COVID-19. The entertainer is suffering from asthma, which was successfully argued by his counsel to put him behind bars in a high-risk class.