"IM FREE !!" the 24-year-old rainbow-haired rapper wrote on Instagram. "WHO SAID WE AINT OUTSIDEEEEEE ... BROOKLYN THIS MY TOWN NEW YORK THIS MY CITYYYY YOU HEAR ME!?!?! KING OF F--ING NEW YORK YA COULD NEVA DO WHAT I DID AND BE OUTSIDE DUMMY!"
Clocking in under two minute long, the "Punani" video -- filmed, edited and uploaded to YouTube just hours after his house arrest was lifted -- finds 6ix9ine and his large entourage stomping through the streets of Brooklyn, celebrating the rapper's new freedom.
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6ix9ine, born Daniel Hernandez, caught a break earlier this year when a New York judge granted him a compassionate release in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
But 6ix9ine's four months of house arrest didn't stop him from staying musically active. During that time, the rapper recorded and released numerous new songs and videos, including "Trollz" with Nicki Minaj, which earned 6ix9ine his first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.