Forward of Halloween and Dancing With the Stars’ villains week, Showtime needs us to show our consideration to a different antagonist: Tekashi 6ix9ine, the audacious rap troublemaker and troll. The community launched the primary take a look at Supervillain, its three-part docuseries on the rapper, primarily based on Stephen Witt’s January 2019 Rolling Stone characteristic “Tekashi 6ix9ine: The Rise and Fall of a Hip-Hop Supervillain.” The trailer teases an interview with 6ix9ine, a.okay.a. Daniel Hernandez, after his April launch from jail as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. It additionally riles you up with quite a lot of alternative quotes from tales criticizing 6ix9ine (and judging by that first one, Showtime’s finished its analysis). The three-part docuseries, directed by Karam Gill, debuts in early 2021. Within the meantime, 6ix9ine is now going through a lawsuit from a sufferer who alleges he recorded and uploaded video of her partaking in sexual acts with himself and fellow rapper Tay Milly at a 2015 social gathering, when she was 13, 6ix9ine was 18, and Milly was 21.