Tekashi 6ix9ine reveals the questionable way he lost 60 lbs

Tekashi 6ix9ine offers questionable weight loss advice as he reveals how he ‘starved’ himself to cut 60 lbs in six months after house arrest

Tekashi 6ix9ine has gone through quite the transformation during quarantine.

In addition to the lockdown, the Brooklyn-born rapper was on house arrest for four months, during which he gained 70 pounds.

He offered some questionable weight loss advice to TMZ on Thursday, as he revealed how he ‘starved’ himself to cut 60 pounds in six months, after finishing his house arrest sentence.


Drastic weight loss: Tekashi 6ix9ine offered some questionable weight loss advice to TMZ on Thursday, as he revealed how he ‘starved’ himself to cut 60 pounds in six months, after finishing his house arrest sentence

The 24-year-old said: ‘Literally how you lose it, starve yourself and work out. Starve yourself and work out. Starve yourself and work out. 

‘People who don’t want to lose weight make a whole bunch of excuses. Starve yourself and work out. That’s it. Starve yourself. Simple.’

He admitted that he allows himself cheat days, adding: ‘I’m not gonna lie, every three days I was cheating. My kryptonite is gushers. I would eat gushers like every three days… I can’t survive without gushers.’

Tekashi (real name: Daniel Hernandez) said he was 134 pounds when he was placed on house arrest last April, before weighing in at 204 in September.

Worst diet ever: The 24-year-old said: ‘Literally how you lose it, starve yourself and work out. Starve yourself and work out. Starve yourself and work out. People who don’t want to lose weight make a whole bunch of excuses’

Cheat day: He admitted that he allows himself cheat days, adding: ‘I’m not gonna lie, every three days I was cheating. My kryptonite is gushers. I would eat gushers like every three days… I can’t survive without gushers’


Quarantine weight: Tekashi (real name: Daniel Hernandez) said he was 134 pounds when he was placed on house arrest last April, before weighing in at 204 in September. He revealed the guilty pleasure that led to his understandable quarantine gain: ‘I gained 70 pounds. I was eating Chinese food twice a day every day on house arrest’

He revealed the guilty pleasure that led to his understandable quarantine gain: ‘I gained 70 pounds. I was eating Chinese food twice a day every day on house arrest.’

The TattleTales artist took hiatus in September to focus on his health, a month before he was reportedly hospitalized for overdosing on diet pills.

He made his return to Instagram last month, recently offering an update for his 23.2million followers: ‘Hey guysss………. SO the real reason I LEFT Instagram and MUSIC for 6 months is because in September I was the biggest I ever got .. 

Personal health: The TattleTales artist took hiatus in September to focus on his health, a month before he was reportedly hospitalized for overdosing on diet pills (pictured in September, 2018)

Insta comeback: He made his return to Instagram last month, recently offering an update for his 23.2million followers: ‘Hey guysss………. SO the real reason I LEFT Instagram and MUSIC for 6 months is because in September I was the biggest I ever got’ (pictured in June, 2018)

Rolling over: Tekashi was sentenced to two years in prison back in December of 2019, after he infamously snitching on the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods

‘I weighed 204 pounds and I was kinda going through a lot in life and I was just constantly eating and eating…… I told myself to put the music to the side and focus on myself and here I am today 60 pounds lighter at 140 … 

‘ALL THIS TO SAY … – IN LIFE everyone needs a break, in the chaos of everything that is going on in your life, tell yourself ” I control what happens in my life” do NOT let anyone tell you that things you want it’s not possible, that’s FALSE! YOU WANT IT GO GET IT ! OWN THAT S*** ! I AM AND FOREVER WILL BE THE KING OF NEW YORK CHECK THE F***ING STATS !!!!!!’ 

Tekashi was sentenced to two years in prison back in December of 2019, after he infamously snitching on the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.

He was released 17 months later in April of 2020, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and he was ordered to serve another four months on house arrest. 

House arrest: He was released 17 months later in April of 2020, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and he was ordered to serve another four months on house arrest

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