Tekashi 6ix9ine has been very, very active on social media and beyond since he was released from prison four months early due to COVID-19 concerns. And now he's got an album on the way. The rapper announced on Instagram that he's releasing the strangely titled, but apropos\u00a0Tattle Tales\u00a0on Sept. 4. In the same post, Tekashi also shared that he was currently in Chicago. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CEXWzL5pFUs\/ "GOOBA," the first song he recorded since being released from prison, came out in May, and Tekashi collaborated with Nicki Minaj on "Trollz" in June. His most recent single "Punani," came out in August. Prior to his release, the rapper was four months short of serving his full two-year prison sentence. Now, he\u2019ll be finishing out his term at home due to the pandemic and concerns due to having asthma. His lawyer argued for his compassionate release in a letter sent to Judge Paul A. Engelmayer on March 22. The judge then recommended that Tekashi be moved. The rapper, born Daniel Hernandez,\u00a0pleaded guilty to charges\u00a0including\u00a0narcotics trafficking and racketeering conspiracy. In exchange for relatively lenient prosecutorial treatment (the mandatory minimum sentence was previously 47 years), he\u00a0testified\u00a0against alleged\u00a0former associates\u00a0in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, which\u00a0helped convict two of the members.\u00a0In September, he\u00a0claimed\u00a0that rappers\u00a0Cardi B\u00a0and\u00a0Jim Jones\u00a0were both\u00a0gang members.