Tekashi 6ix9ine’s “GOOBA” Back On YouTube After Magix Enga Had Taken It Down

Tekashi’s “GOOBA” hit is again back on YouTube after Kenyan producer Magix Enga had claimed the hit was a stolen beat thus seeking to see it taken down.

Tekashi, an American rapper, had been held in prison over a litany of criminal cases but was however released to home confinement with a handful of restrictions.

Soon after his release, the rapper dropped “GOOBA” which became the first video to record more than 100 million views in a short period of time. As of now, the video has more than 270 million views just three weeks into its premiering.

Tekashi in the track took on clout chasers and his critics whom he says he hate with venom.

“…You’re mad, I’m back, big mad/ He’s mad, she’s mad, big said…”

Magix Enga took to Instagram to blast the rapper for sampling his beats asking him to pull down the video.


Magix though seems to have eased down.

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Let me just forgive the guy ama?

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Kai Eli

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