6ix9ine Calls YG’s Street Credibility Into Question
6ix9ine's vendetta against rapper YG continues. After getting into an extremely heated confrontation with Slim 400 over the weekend, the "Fefe" rapper is going after the Bompton native on social media once again. Last night (Nov. 5), Tekashi posted a split image of himself and YG and questioned the Compton rapper's street credibility.
"Who's a real street nigga. Like for 69. Comment for who ever the guy is on the right," Tekashi said in the caption of his now-deleted Instagram post.
The post came after 6ix9ine and his crew were approached by YG affiliate Slim 400 and his crew at ComplexCon last Sunday (Nov. 4). In a video uploaded by TMZ, both groups screamed back and forth at one another all because Slim, who's YG's friend, wanted to defend the "Big Bank" rapper.
6ix9ine and YG's beef stretches back to earlier this year when the "Gummo" rapper took a jab at him during an interview with Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club. Afterwards, YG hit social media and screamed out "Fuck 6ix9ine."
"On Bompton Piru, fuck 6ix9ine, nigga. On Bloods," YG said in an Instagram post. "400 said it, bitch."
YG continued to taunt Tekashi in his "Bulletproof" video, which dropped back in September.
In other Tekashi news, the Brooklyn rapper recently said he has a new project on the way. He revealed that the project would be dropping "this month," but so far nothing has surfaced.
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