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On Monday (Nov. 16), streaming platform Hulu began streaming “69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez.” The Vikram Gandhi-directed investigative documentary explores the life and career of provocative Brooklyn rapper Danny Hernandez who is better known as Tekashi 6ix9ine.

A description for the doc reads:

One of the most controversial figures in contemporary pop culture, 69 repeatedly broke the internet with his sensationalist music videos and social media beefs before infamously testifying against Brooklyn gang the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods in a landmark trial. Director Vikram Gandhi (Kumaré, Barry) gets up close and personal with the neighborhood locals who knew 69 when he was still just Danny Hernandez—before the hard-core persona and the face tattoos—to chronicle his meteoric rise and fall from fame and probe the harsh extremes of addiction to fame in the digital era.

You can peep the trailer for the Hulu doc, “69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez” below:

The “Trollz” rapper’s manager, Murda Murphy, is obviously not happen and took to Instagram to slam Hulu’s film as well as Showtime’s upcoming three-episode “Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine” docuseries, which is expected to air on the cable network in 2021.

The Hulu & Showtime @6ix9ine projects!! Are both unauthorized!! Nothing to do with us!! Zero!! The people in these talking are [cap]! Are not involved with us in anyway!! Don’t support this trash!! When @6ix9ine does something you’ll be the first to know!

Murda Murphy

The trailer for Showtime’s “Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine” can be watched below:

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