Tekashi 6ix9ine and Yailin "La Más Viral" confirm their relationship with a passionate kiss in their new video clip "Shaka Laka"
What many fans of Tekashi 6ix9ine and Yailin 'The Most Viral' they were waiting, have confirmed their relationship with a passionate kiss in the video for their new song together titled 'Shaka Laka'. The artists have made it clear that their “collaborations” have a lot of chemistry.
The new meeting is not only about 6ix9ine and 'La Más Viral', the rapper Kodak Black also participates in the song and it is done mostly in English with the two rappers and a fragment in Spanish with Dominican.
At the beginning of the video the surprising thing happens, Tekashi suggestively sticks out his tongue in front of her who doesn't hesitate to respond in the same way and they kiss passionately.
The video seems to have been recorded this week and after the suspension by Univision of Tekashi's participation in "Premios Juventud", because in the clip Yailin wears the ostentatious chain that he gave her with her name one day before the event in which they were going to perform on the important stage.
Do they shoot Anuel AA?
The lyrics specifically in Yailin's part seem like a shootout against those who hate her and even Anuel AA, because a few weeks ago she denounced alleged threats by the rapper to "end the lives" of men who approach her.
"Say, you are a guy who kills people, but there are also people who can kill you"is the part of the song that could go directly against the Puerto Rican ragpicker, in addition to the kiss that confirms the affair.
– Anuel AA's fault? Tekashi 6ix9ine and Yailin "La Más Viral" were "taken" from a hotel in Puerto Rico
– They report that Yailin La Más Viral and Tekashi 6ix9ine left Puerto Rico on a private plane
– Tekashi 6ix9ine reveals the cost of the ostentatious jewel he gave to Yailin 'La Más Viral'
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