New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine doesn’t play even if it’s with his fans. New footage from the rap game’s biggest troll has emerged and shows the aftermath of an alleged interaction with a supporter who tried to get too close to him.
A clip is going viral showing 6ix9ine moments after someone tried pulling up on him. While it’s not clear if he actually put hands on the person, he references his team supposedly checking the mystery fan.
“@6IX9INE JUST SENT ME THIS VIDEO, A FAN TRIED TO RUN UP ON HIM IN A STORE AND WOUND UP GETTIN THE BEATS PUT ON HIM 😳 THOUGHTS?!”
6ix9ine also encourages the victim to show footage of running up on him and his crew.
“That’s a fact. And n*ggas just f*cked this n*gga up, my n*gga. And n*ggas just f*cked this n*gga up! Aight, so what’s up? So run it back? You got f*cked up! You got f*cked up n*gga! Yo, run the cameras back. This n*gga just got f*cked up.”
The New York rapper really is out there. This week, a video emerged of the controversial star posting up without any security.
6ix9ine was out with no bodyguards or security around him. He was in Broward County, Florida at a local Benihana restaurant hanging out with fans and enjoying his night. Maybe it’s cap, but nobody knows for now.
The Big Apple native could have a major payday if he knuckles up with his former manager Shotti’s son, and with no security he’ll be doing it by himself. The jailed music executive has promised to put up nearly $2 million on the belief his mini-me could knock out the rap game’s biggest troll.
During a segment from hip-hop personality Akademiks’ “Off the Record” podcast, Shotti doesn’t hold back his feelings about his ex-client. Shotti encouraged 6ix9ine to stop looking to fight other hip-hop artists and to consider his son as a top contender.
“Tell that n*gga I got $1.5 million—he talking about he gonna knock n*ggas out, I got $1.5 million that my son will knock him out, clean. However he want it. Don’t go looking for Meek Mill or Lil Durk or none of them n*ggas. Tell him to holla at my son. We got this.” (“Off the Record”)
Things didn’t end there, however, and Shotti made sure to give his personal opinion about 6ix9ine possibly putting on a front to the world. The rap boss – who is currently serving nearly 20 years in a federal racketeering case – believes Tekashi is still dealing with the aftermath of working with prosecutors to testify against Shotti and Nine Trey Gang.
“He’s trying to justify his actions, man. What I wanna say is this: ‘Dude, tell him you was scared, let him know the truth, and you’ll be alright, man. But you wanna keep lying and perpetuating and acting like you a gangster, you gonna get what gangsters get, man. It’s just that simple. I wish him the best.” (“Off the Record”)
Last week, Timothy Leeks said it’s all cap and shut down the footage. He vehemently denied it was him in the footage and made it clear that he was not going to be linked up with the controversial rapper.
“Stop the fake rumors that’s not me that’s Capstreet”
West Coast rap boss Wack 100 also claimed the two have a music video coming out together, so the truth is currently unknown. Fans will have to wait and see what happens and if 6ix9ine is trying to reenact King Von’s death again after seemingly trolling the situation on Instagram previously.
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