Tekashi 6ix9ine Gains Moral Support Of NYC's "Subway Wrestlers"

In a video that was later reposted by Tory Lanez, NYC subway carried out their homage to Tekashi 6ix9ine whereas he awaits trial. You would possibly acknowledge the performers in query as the difficulty that movies itself placing on WWE-themed wrestling matches within the NY subway system, with Tim Hann Rivera, their “religious chief” usually calling the pictures.

The troupe has made a behavior of mimicking well-known wrestlers like Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker once they partake of their subway wrestling invitationals. The matches are sometimes of the “Royal Rumble” selection, by which new contributors are added at each subway cease. So how does Tim & firm resolve a winner? Based on what I’ve seen, the wrestlers will be eradicated  1-2-Three depend, and in some situations, albeit much less typically, they get tossed proper out the prepare when doorways open. Simple sufficient, proper?

In their homage to Tekashi 6ix9ine, the troupe did away with the “Royal Rumble” stipulations to include extra hip-hop oriented dance components. As you’ll be able to see (beneath), the members of the troupe dressed as WWE legends (Bret Hart, Stone Cold, referees, and so forth) do a medley dance to Tekashi 6ix9ine’s new hit music “WAKA,” whereas members within the again maintain up “Free 6ix9ine” indicators. The video delves into chaos as soon as the primary RKO finisher is run mid-dance. Check it out.