Tekashi 6ix9ine is the latest celebrity to break the internet after he went on a vicious rant following his recent release from prison.

The popular rap artist, 24, took to the social media site to air his grievances after critics slammed him for being 'a rat'.

The New York native - whose real name is Daniel Hernandez - defended his cooperation with prosecutors, which meant that his jail sentence was reduced significantly.

Tekashi, was released from jail last month over fears he would catch coronavirus in a New York prison.

He is now serving the remaining four months of his sentence at home in incarceration, where his record-breaking Instagram live took place.

Tekashi 6ix9ine is the latest celebrity to break the internet

The rapper's unexpected livestream broke world records as over two million spectators tuned in to listen to his rant.

It completely smashed the previous record of 300,000 viewers, which was proudly held by Drake and singer Tory Lanez.

During the Instagram Live rant, the star claimed that he was "the biggest artist in the world".

He also denied claims that he was a "snitch" after testifying against members of the gang he was involved with during his court trial.

Over two million people tuned into the unexpected live stream

In the live broadcast, the artist fumed: "I appreciate every little thing and I did nothing wrong.

"Yes, I didn’t need all of that beef. I’m the biggest artist in the f***ing world."

The 24-year-old finished off the broadcast by stating that he didn't owe loyalty to anyone from the gang.

This, according to him, was due to the fact that they didn't show any loyalty or respect to him in return.

The rapper explained that he didn't owe loyalty to anyone from his gang

He raged to his followers: "Where was the loyalty when you were caught on the wire tap trying to kill me?

"Where was the loyalty when you were trying to kidnap my mother, where was the loyalty when you stole a million dollars from me?

"Where was that? So who broke it first? I get it, don’t fight fire with fire" he added.

The star has just four months left of his two year sentence

Tekashi was sentenced to two years in jail after he was arrested on racketeering charges.

He has now already served 13 months of this sentence.

Since his release from jail last month, the star has been kept busy by releasing music.

This even includes a brand new video for his song 'GOOBA'.