What’s next, a diamond-encrusted PBA card?
Rapper and reputed gangbanger Tekashi 6ix9ine is rocking a pro-cop sticker on his red “Bloods” Chevy Tahoe, The Post has learned.
The whip, featured prominently in 6ix9ine’s “Tati” video, is covered in a vehicle wrap that looks like a red bandanna — a symbol for the notorious street gang.
6ix9ine — born Daniel Hernandez — frequently proclaims his affiliation with the West Coast-based gang and describes the SUV as “that real Bloody s–t” in a video posted to YouTube.
But photos shared with The Post show 6ix9ine’s custom ride also has a “thin blue line” sticker — a grayscale American flag with a blue strip on the flag’s center stripe — on the passenger side of the rear window.
The pro-cop image has come to be associated with the Blue Lives Matter movement — a backlash to the Black Lives Matter social-justice movement against police brutality — and bizarrely suggests a police-friendly bent from the self-proclaimed gangster, who even boasted in his “Tati” video that he’s no stool pigeon.
“Police pull up on me, I don’t know what happened. Police pull up on you, you gon’ get to yappin’,” he raps over footage of his Bloods car surrounded by NYPD near a Brownsville gas station.
Portions of the license plate number visible on the ride in the music video match the plates on the Crown Heights Tahoe, photos show. The pro-cop sticker is also briefly visible in the music video.
Photos of 6ix9ine’s thin blue line sticker were snapped in the vicinity of his Crown Heights home about a month before he was kidnapped and robbed of $750,000 in jewelry on Sunday.
The rainbow-maned rapper ran straight to cops after the early-morning ordeal, but later became uncooperative, according to police sources.
Rival artist The Game has hotly disputed 6ix9ine’s Bloods affiliation.
“Stop playing wit this blood s–t before somebody hurt yo mamas only daughter,” The Game wrote in a March Instagram post purporting to show a fresh-faced 6ix9ine with a preppy sweater draped over his shoulders.
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