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6ix9ine - GUMMO

Niggas iffy, uh, blicky got the stiffy, uh
Got the blicky, uh, drum, it hold fifty, uh
Scum Gang!

[Verse 1]
Pop these niggas like a wheelie, nigga, you a silly nigga
In the hood with them Billy niggas and them Hoover niggas
You run up and they shootin' niggas, we ain't hoopin', nigga
Yo, KB, you a loser, nigga, up that Uzi, nigga
On the stoop, crills in my drawers, your girl on my phone
She wanna fuck, but keep her clothes on, I only want the jaw
Man, that's really all I use her for, then kick her out the door
I don't want her, you can keep the whore, she fiendin' for some more
In New York, my niggas don't Milly Rock, my niggas money bop
Blow a case, a nigga throwin' shots, I run 'em off they block
Quarter milli' in the stash box, I grinded for my spot
Niggas talkin' 'bout that cash, but my bag worth a lot
I don't fuck with no old hoes, only new hoes
Put my dick in her backbone, I pass her to my bro
I don't love her, that's a sad ho, she a bad ho
I'ma fuck her, then I dash home, to the cash, ho

I'm on some rob a nigga shit, take the nigga bitch
Do the dash in the whip, count the cash in the whip
I pull up with a stick, I let that shit hit
Shout out *******, but I fucked that nigga bitch

“GUMMO” was the track that introduced Tekashi 6ix9ine to a mainstream rap audience for the first time and “changed [his] life”. The song’s title is meant to draw a comparison between the way the characters in the film of the same name spend their time wandering an Ohio wasteland, to the way 6ix9ine wanders the decrepit streets of Brooklyn. The song’s instrumental was sent to 6ix9ine by Trippie Redd before their falling out over Tekashi’s 2015 charge of use of a minor in a sexual performance. Pi'erre had no idea that his beat was being used by Tekashi, and only found out once the song’s music video was already released on YouTube. Pi'erre publicly objected to being associated with the song, citing 6ix9ine’s previously mentioned child sex charges, and has since asserted that he will never work with Trippie Redd or 6ix9ine ever again. For a long time, “GUMMO” was Tekashi’s most viewed and streamed song. It reached over 300 million views on YouTube, and garnered over 100 million streams on SoundCloud, which lead to the track reaching the top spot on its streaming charts for all of December 2017 and January 2018.

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