Tekashi 6ix9ine has been forced to relocate homes following his early prison release.
The controversial rap artist, 24, 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 two year sentence at home in incarceration, but has been forced to relocate to a new premises after his location was leaked online.
According to reports from TMZ, the rapper - whose real name is Daniel Hernandez - was advised to move by his lawyer after he shared too much information in a recent Instagram Live video where he boasted his wealth and fame.
In the vicious Instagram video which 'broke the internet ' as over two million spectators tuned in, the rapper can be seen standing on a balcony with the street's view behind him.
Unfortunately for the star, a nearby resident happened to catch the rapper filming and posted a video to social media revealing his location.
Not only that, but another photo soon surfaced, which is also purported to have been Tekashi's residence.
In the snapshot, at least four police vehicles can be seen parked in front of the celebrity's home - which made it evident that it was in fact his address due to the fact that he was on 24 hour watch.
Before his address was leaked, Tekashi took to Instagram to air his grievances after critics slammed him for being 'a rat'.
The scorned artist defended his cooperation with prosecutors, which meant that his jail sentence was reduced significantly.
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".
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."
Tekashi was sentenced to two years in jail after he was arrested on racketeering charges.
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'.