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6ix9ine Unsuccessfully Claims He’s Lil Pump At Miami Gas Station

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6ix9ine Unsuccessfully Claims He's Lil Pump At Miami Gas Station

6ix9ine Unsuccessfully Claims He’s Lil Pump At Miami Gas Station.

6ix9ine is one of the biggest trolls in all of hip-hop, however, most of the time, his trolling just comes across as mean-spirited and downright evil. From laughing at the death of King Von to making light of Lil Tjay‘s recent surgery following a shooting, 6ix9ine has gone out of his way to show people that he is not a good person.

Despite all of this, his antics have allowed him to enjoy a shred of relevance in the hip-hop world. His music releases are few and far between these days, but when he does decide to drop, people pay attention, for better or for worse.

6ix9ine’s most recent appearance in the public eye took place in Miami recently, where he was at a gas station filling up his McLaren. While going inside to pay, it’s clear the workers recognized him as they began to film him and ask questions. The main question asked was “What’s your name, bro?” As you can see in the Instagram story reposted by DJ Akademiks, 6ix9ine told the workers he was Lil Pump, which drew skeptical reactions from those behind the counter.

The Instagram story is captioned “6ix9ine pulled up to olo gas station in a McLaren. Dat boy must think Miami sweet” which just goes to show that his attempts to conceal his identity were all for nothing.

6ix9ine is one of the most recognizable faces in hip-hop, and it is going to take a lot more than the efforts above to convince someone you are somebody else.

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Beyoncé Shares Self-Directed BTS Footage From British Vogue Cover Shoot

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Beyoncé Shares Self-Directed BTS Footage From British Vogue Cover Shoot

Beyoncé Shares Self-Directed BTS Footage From British Vogue Cover Shoot

Beyoncé Shares Self-Directed BTS Footage From British Vogue Cover Shoot.

Beyoncé season has arrived. The superstar has been slowly cooking up new music over the past few years as fans anticipate the follow-up to Lemonade. Before she even came through with her new single, “Break My Soul,” she graced the cover of British Vogue in a new cover story detailing her forthcoming effort, Renaissance. Her appearance in British Vogue provided not only new information on Renaissance but also, the stylistic shift in Bey’s career.

Today, British Vogue unveiled new behind-the-scenes footage from the photoshoot, soundtracked by Bey’s latest single. The new video explores the many looks she showed off across the cover story and reveals Beyonce served as both the director and executive producer of the clip.

Yesterday, Beyoncé revealed the official cover artwork for his forthcoming project and shared the inspiration behind the new project. Bey explained that her intention with the project was to create “a place without judgment.”

“Creating this album allowed me a place to dream and to find escape during a scary time for the world. It allowed me to feel free and adventurous in a time when little else was moving. My intention was to create a safe place, a place without judgment. A place to be free of perfectionism and overthinking. A place to scream, release, feel freedom. It was a beautiful journey of exploration. I hope you find joy in this music. I hope it inspires you to release the wiggle. Ha! And to feel as unique, strong, and sexy as you are,” she wrote.

Check out the cover art below.

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