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6ix9ine’s “DUMMY BOY” Album Debuts At No. 2 With Just Three Days Of Reporting

As the hilariously biased negative reviews of 6ix9ine’s latest project DUMMY BOY continue to roll in, Tekashi has managed to land the number two spot on the Billboard 200 chart with just three days of reporting while locked behind bars.

Mysteriously outranked by Travis Scott’s Astroworld album that rose an inexplicable 816% in hard copy sales (60% digital) from the previous week, DUMMY BOY moved 66,000 units while racking up millions of plays on the popular songs “TIC TOC,” “MAMA,” “KIKA,” and others.

The video for the triple platinum single “FEFE” with Nicki Minaj currently sits at nearly half a billion views, but none of that was impressive enough for Pitchfork to rate the versatile project higher than a laughable 3.4 while their staff tweets about how great the new Earl Sweatshirt and KAYTRANADA releases are at a fraction of the popularity or listenability.

6ix9ine still has a chance to take the top spot in his second week despite the hurdles of ongoing legal issues. He will have to outsell Meek Mill’s latest album Championships, which has received a ton of industry support including a co-sign and guest appearance from on-and-off conditional friend and collaborator Drake. He also recently made an appearance on The Ellen Show……

It seems that everything (or everyone) has been working against the success of 6ix9ine. DUMMY BOY was leaked ahead of schedule on his own website by an incompetent team forcing him to release it at an awkward time midway through a sales week, his lawyers were unable to help him post bail resulting in a lack of promotion, both Jay Z and Rick Ross took their corporate shots at him on Meek Mill’s new Championships song “What’s Free,” and he’s been sued and threatened by a variety of booking companies for missed performances.

When Billboard reported that 6ix9ine wasn’t able to secure the top spot this week, they shamefully used a branded short link with a hidden “Fuck 69” message.

I guess this is the kind of treatment you get when you take a piss on a checkered floor for the cover of your album.

See this week’s top ten below. DUMMY BOY is available on Apple Music, Spotify, and other digital services now.

1. Travis Scott – Astroworld – 71,000
2. 6ix9ine – Dummy Boy – 66,000
3. Michael Bublé – Love – 58,000
4. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born – 53,000
5. Michael Bublé – Christmas – 44,000
6. Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody Soundtrack – 43,000
7. Pentatonix – Christmas Is Here! – 43,000
8. Drake – Scorpion – 39,000
9. Various Artists – The Greatest Showman: Reimagined – 35,000
10. Lil Baby & Gunna – Drip Harder – 34,000

UPDATE: According to HDD, all the unbiased geniuses involved in charting projects have come to realize the album with 4-5x as many streams as all of the other new releases is the true #1. Congratulations 6ix9ine on your first chart-topping LP!