In a video that was later refurbished by Tory Lanez, NYC subway performed their homage to Tekashi 6ix9ine while waiting for a trial. You may know the performers involved as the trouble that films themselves put WWE martial games into the NY subway system, with Tim Hann Rivera, their "spiritual leader" calling; r pictures in general.

The trousers have practiced the abolition of famous wrestlers such as Stone Cold Steve Austin and Undertaker when they take part in their subway invitations. The games are often in the "Royal Rumble" range, where new participants are added at each subway stop. So how do Tim and company decide a winner? Based on what I have seen, the resistors can be deleted by 1-2-3, and in some cases, although less often, they are thrown out of & # 39; the train when the doors are opened. Simple enough, right?

In their homage to Tekashi 6ix9ine, the troupe made shortcomings with "Royal Rumble" conditions to incorporate more elements of hip-hop dancing that focus on it. As you can see (below), the trousers have been worn as WWE tales (Bret Hart, Stone Cold, referees, etc.) make medal dancing to a new hit song Tekashi 6ix9ine "WAKA," while That back members hold up "6ix9ine Free Signs". The video comes into disorder once the first RKO final is administered in the middle dance. Look at it