Tekashi 6ix9ine is back and he’s trolling the pants off of everybody, sending shots at Rich The Kid, Meek Mill, YG, 50 Cent, and more.
Tekashi 6ix9ine is back in the rap game and there’s no way around it. You may not like him and you may not respect him but you’ve got to accept that he has returned.
After spending a year behind bars, the world-famous snitch was released into home confinement due to his COVID-19 concerns. He may have promised the judge that he would no longer be antagonizing his fellow rappers but he hasn’t kept his word, going balls-to-the-wall with a handful of rivals.
In the short time since 6ix9ine’s prison release, he has fired virtual shots at Meek Mill, Rich The Kid, 50 Cent, YG, Future, and more. If his goal was to win his peers over, things definitely did not work out in his favor.
If you’ve been having trouble keeping up-to-date on who is currently on the 24-year-old’s hit list, we decided to help you out by putting together a comprehensive list of everyone that has drawn the ire of Mr. Rainbow in the short amount of time since his jail release.
Tekashi 6ix9ine and 50 Cent used to share a father-son type of bond. In fact, the legendary hip-hop figure even admitted to teaching the rapper how to hide his money.
Shortly after Tekashi was released from prison though, 50 Cent was asked if he planned on ever working with the self-proclaimed King of New York again.
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“I wouldn’t work with him. What it is, is it’s just against the way I grew up,” said Fif in an interview with Big Boy.
Hearing these remarks, 6ix9ine was pissed and brought personal issues into their back-and-forth.
“Won’t be the first time 50 abandons his son……. lemme just mind my business,” he replied.
Of course, Tek is referring to Jackson’s estranged son Marquise Jackson. Their feud didn’t really make it past this point but we wouldn’t be surprised to hear more about this in the future.
Meek Mill and Tekashi 6ix9ine have never been friends. They hold entirely different values. Meek Mill would never break the street code. He’s also dealt with his fair share of legal issues but never once has he even thought about snitching. Tekashi 6ix9ine, on the other hand, told on his homies the first day he was in custody.
When Tekashi announced his return single and his first post-prison Instagram Live stream, Meek Mill got back on offense and urged the man to apologize to anybody he put in danger with his actions.
“I hope that rat going live to apologize to the people he told on or the victim,” he wrote, refusing to use 6ix9ine’s name. “Left his baby mom and childlike a coward as targets.”
6ix9ine clapped back at the Philadelphia rapper by telling him to focus on his newborn son instead of him, which led Meek to activate his Twitter fingers.
“Now you just a informant behind a keyboard tryna troll families you ruined so it’s not gone hit the same… and by the way I’m doing this for my ‘sons’ so you won’t be around to impact their lives ever,” he said. “And that new song trashhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! We heard that bullshit lol.”
After the song dropped (and broke records), Meek Mill took more of a backseat but that didn’t stop Tekashi from trolling.
“Imagine being this pressed, Nicki [Minaj] don’t want you no more,” said 69, hitting a soft spot.
Tekashi 69 responds to Meek Mill after he posted a old freestyle of him denouncing snitching pic.twitter.com/Gs4leVcQGB
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Finally, Meek got the final word (for now) when he exposed the reality of the situation.
“The internet got a witness in witness protection living in a town house that can’t even come outside saying check on me,” laughed Meek. “I’m helping free people you putting family members behind bars… I gotta crush you for the culture you chump! How you sleep at night lol.”
Rich The Kid
Tekashi 6ix9ine made it his mission to belittle every other existing New York rapper after getting out of jail. Claiming to have more money, jewelry, cars, and influence than a slew of other Big Apple stars, Rich The Kid was one of the first to get the strap from 6ix9ine.
It was reported that Rich failed to pay a jewelry bill of over $200,000, which got 6ix9ine laughing. Simply commenting an ellipsis on a post about the unpaid diamonds, 69 lured RTK into his most heated beef.
“We can play if u want … I got the time & you sure as hell ain’t got more money than me or Jewelry or CARS,” said Rich in response.
The Atlanta-via-New York rapper continued to exchange words with Tekashi before the rainbow-haired scoundrel donated a since-declined $200K sum to the No Kid Hungry Foundation. He claimed his next charitable move would be covering RTK’s jewelry bill.
“Lets donate to rich the kid jewelry dept next,” he said.
Rich struck back by claiming that Tekashi overpays for all of his chains, calling out his jeweler for marking up his prices. That’s when 6ix9ine decided to troll Rich even further, bringing back one of his fiercest rivals.
“@liluzivert I know I ratted but do me one favor,” he wrote, reminding us all of the time Lil Uzi Vert backed Rich The Kid into a Starbucks.
Their feud got oddly personal when Rich went to film a music video with Lil Tjay, picking up 6ix9ine’s baby mama in his Lamborghini along the way. Tekashi didn’t seem too bothered though, joking that Rich just “rented” the car and his girl for a couple of hours. One man was big bothered about it all though.
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