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Tekashi 6ix9ine kicked out of stadium drunk
Site Six can confirm that Tekashi 6ix9ine was ejected from the Miami baseball stadium on Friday night after drinking too much and causing a riot.
“He got very drunk and disturbed the other guests,” a source told CNN, confirming that the 26-year-old rapper “Mali” was removed from his section for disturbing fans.
“He was drunk, drunk and out of control,” one witness added. “There were a lot of families there last night and he was bothering people.”
Tekashi, of Mexican descent, played in the Mexico-Puerto Rico World Baseball Classic game at Loan Depot Park.
exist Video posted on social mediaRapper “Trollz” stood up to block the view of other fans and couldn’t resist waving his large flag and dragging the net.
He also seems to have lost his balance and fell because of too much alcohol Individual clips shared on Instagram.
At one point, when two of his partners tried to intervene, the police — we were told either security guards or the police — were seen telling Tekashi to leave.
The rapper “Guba” finally gave up and walked out of the venue, still waving a big flag to pay tribute to the fans.
We’re told the incident happened towards the end of the match, so Tekashi was a nuisance for several rounds.
The spy said he saw the musician get on the elevator, so it looks like he left the venue for good. No one saw him go back to where he came from.
It is unclear whether Tekashi has been permanently banned from LoanDepot Park. Stadium officials did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Fortunately, after Tekashi left, the packed crowd of nearly 300,000 was able to witness Mexico’s 5-4 victory over Puerto Rico.
The World Baseball Classic is an international baseball tournament that has attracted big names this past week, including Daddy Yankee, Marc Anthony and Florida.
A source exclusively told Page Six: “Everyone had a great time representing different countries and it was flawless.”
It’s no surprise, however, that Tekashi is the only celebrity convicted of disturbing the peace at an event — because she has a history to back it up.
In January, Page Six reported only that a convicted felon was kicked out of a Miami restaurant for getting drunk again.
A source told us at the time that Tekashi was seen pouring free bottles of tequila into customers’ mouths, leading management to ask him to leave.
The New York-born rapper — whose real name is Daniel Hernandez — is notorious for breaking the rules. In 2019, he was sentenced to two years in prison for racketeering and eight other counts.
His representatives did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment on his latest incident.