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6ix9ine’s “Tattle Tales” Sales Projections Have Increased

6ix9ine’s “Tattle Tales” Sales Projections Have Increased

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s “Tattle Tales” Now Expected To Sell 65K Units In Its First Week

Tekashi 6ix9ine has been quiet all week over his unimpressive projected album week sales for ‘Tattle Tales’. However, his best friend DJ Akademiks has been keeping the world updated on his first-week sales.

Initially, the album was expected to move approximately 150,000 equivalent album units. However, with Billboard implementing new rules about bundling, the rapper dropped an entire 100,000 units.

It was later reported that the Brooklyn rapper is clocking in anywhere between 40,000 and 50,000 sales for his first week out, but now Ak is updating those figures, announcing that they have been increased.

Well, Tekashi is now expected to make around 65,000 equivalent album units sales for his new album, acccording to his friend DJ Akademiks who earlier called the album a flop.

“You had a No. 1 song in the last couple of months, you’ve done all this trolling. Going to Nipsey’s mural, going to O Block. You snitched on n***as, you gonna sell 50,000 in the first week and you’ve been clowning other n***s who sold 50,000 in the first week,” AK said.

“You can’t be the numbers guy and then your numbers are weaker than the people you clownin’. Doesn’t make sense,” the ‘Everyday Struggle’ host added.

Written by Raps-Up

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