Following reports that his previous address was leaked, 6ix9ine has reportedly relocated to a new home. After posting an Instagram photo on Saturday afternoon from what appeared to be the balcony of his home, TMZ reported that his address was leaked by his next-door neighbor, who saw him posing outside.
Shortly after, 6ix9ine's attorney, Lance Lazzaro, told TMZ that his client would be moving to a new location for security reasons and that the federal government was aware of the move. It appears as though the rapper will not be entering witness protection while under house arrest, which seems unwise according to someone Complex spoke to back in September, who had experienced a similar situation .
Despite being in and out of courtrooms and prison cells for the better part of two years, 6ix9ine returned to his regular trolling antics with his social media comeback this week. The rapper's re-emergence back onto the hip-hop scene has been received poorly by his fellow rappers, including Meek Mill and Snoop Dogg, who have gone on record to voice their disapproval of the rapper's return.
But even after being labeled a rat for violating "street code," 6ix9ine noted that the music video for his new single beat Eminem's record for the most views of a hip-hop music video in 24 hours.