6ix9ine Calls Nonprofit ‘Cruel’ for Rejecting His $200,000 Donation Tekashi 6ix9ine recently took to Instagram to fire back at Share Our Strength, a nonprofit working to eradicate hunger and poverty in the United States.
In the now-deleted post, 6ix9ine accused the nonprofit of being “cruel” and depriving “innocent children” of food.
Tekashi 6ix9ine, via 'Vibe' His response is due to the nonprofit’s decision to reject his $200,000 donation to their national campaign, No Kid Hungry.
According to the foundation, 6ix9ine’s donation couldn’t be accepted as his “activities do not align with [their] mission and values.” Share Our Strength, via TMZ The 23-year-old recording artist was recently sentenced to two years in prison for weapons, racketeering and drug trafficking charges.
In 2015, he pleaded guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance, and in 2018 he was accused of engaging in a sexual relationship with a minor.