Several TikTok creators came under fire in early September for posting videos with rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. Today, we explain the juiciest rumours about Olivia Ponton and 6ix9ine making out. Stay tuned.

Since the rapper’s December 2019 sentencing on charges including racketeering, carrying a firearm and assault with a dangerous weapon, he’s been somewhat of a persona non grata in online spaces.

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The TikTokkers who uploaded videos with 6ix9ine were Tayler Holder, Olivia Ponton and Ondreaz Lopez. Many members of the TikTok community criticised the creators for collaborating with 6ix9ine, and reminded them that they have a young fan base.

The TikToks in question have since been deleted.

According to a vlog by Thomas Petrou, 6ix9ine visited The Hype House.

Did Olivia Ponton make out with 6ix9ine?

Olivia uploaded a TikTok where she can be seen dancing with Tekashi 6ix9ine, but has since deleted the TikTok after facing backlash.

Rumours have been spreading online that Olivia kissed Tekahi 6ix9ine, and YouTuber Jake Kess broke down the situation.

He explained:

“These TikToks that are going around are saying that Olivia and 6ix9ine ended up kissing or hooking up or something like that. They say there’s a video of it and they’re always like “omg did anyone see the video of Olivia and 6ix9ine kissing.”

Jake then stated that the TikTok videos are “100% false.”

Why are fans angry at Olivia Ponton?

After the TikToks were posted, fans and other creators were quick to remind Olivia about 6ix9ine’s criminal past.

In December 2019, Tekashi 6ix9ine made headlines after pleading guilty to nine criminal charges. However, he only faced two years in prison, after testifying against the Nine Trey Gang in court.

In March 2020, while serving his time in prison, Tekashi asked if he could serve the rest of his sentence at home due to the COVID-19 outbreak and his pre-existing asthma condition.

In 2018, according to Billboard, 6ix9ine was sentenced to four years’ probation by a Manhattan judge for charges dating back to a 2015 arrest for the use of a child in a sexual performance

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