Billboard responds to allegations of Tekashi 6ix9ine


Billboard has addressed the accusations of deception Tekashi 6ix9ine in a detailed article after his simple back “GOOBAwent to number 3 in the Billboard Hot 100.

On 18 may, the publication defended the calculations that put the duet of Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber in his song “Stuck With U” at the top of the top.

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6ix9ine started making noise last week after the first predictions indicated that not landed on the number 1. Billboard noted that had nothing to do with these lists.

“The forecast of the referenced table was not created or provided by the Billboard industry”, the article says.

“Those with access to sales, streaming and radio data from various sources often create their own models, graphics, and updated at its own frequency. Billboard does not distribute any prognostic classification Hot 100 labels, managers or artists.”

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Also be sure to take into account that 6ix9ine it was not by counting the flows correctly. The number that appears in the Youtube video “GOOBA” displays reproductions global, while only have reproductions based in the united States.

The total count of transmissions for the single rose to 55,3 million transmissions combined audio and video in the united States., Not the more than 180 million worldwide broadcast referred to 6ix9ine.

“Billboard and Nielsen Music / MRC Data perform audits of all reported sales with access to details of level of purchaseand works with data partners to recognize bulk purchasing excessive, and remove those units from the total of final sales” I Billboard.

Meanwhile, 6ix9ine still trolled a Billboard on Instagram. On Monday night, he shared a photo of himself with six credit cards and wrote in the photo caption; “Don’t worry, we’re going to be number 1 the next time Billboard”.