Tekashi 6ix9ine Celebrates End of House Arrest With Wild New Track, "Punani"

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Tekashi 6ix9ine marked the end of his house arrest this past weekend by dropping a new track called "Punani"--and filming, editing and releasing the single's official video all within the span of a few hours. "I'M FREE!" the 24-year-old rapper wrote on Instagram alongside the visual. "BROOKLYN THIS MY TOWN NEW YORK THIS MY CITYYYY YOU HEAR ME!?!?!" Billboard reports that the two-minute clip finds Tekashi and his entourage "stomping through the streets of Brooklyn, celebrating the rapper's new freedom" by "lounging on the windshield of a Lamborghini zooming down a bridge [and doing] doughnut spins galore." In the video, Tekashi also enjoys the taste of freedom with his first post-house arrest cup of coffee at a McDonald's McCafé. Page Six reports that Tekashi also found time on Sunday to go for a stroll in midtown Manhattan while enjoying an ice cream cone and posing for selfies with fans.