6ix9ine is beefing again—and this time it's in the streets of Los Angeles International Airport.

A bystander caught the entire exchange on Instagram, which began with two men in a black sedan trading words with some members of the rapper's crew on Wednesday (Feb. 21).

6ix9ine, also known as Teka$hi 6ix9ine, immediately posted on his own Instagram to shoot down haters who said the fight was staged for promotion of the release of his debut mixtape, Day69, which is set to drop on Friday (Feb. 23).

Rumors first circulated online that the men were trying to jump the Brooklyn rapper, but footage has revealed that 6ix9ine wasn't actually present when the first punch was thrown. Regardless of who started the fight, everyone, Teka$hi included, took their fair share of hits. They all walked away seemingly unscathed, before going back inside what appeared to be the Arrivals area at LAX.

Police were later called and spoke to Teka$hi and his crew at the entrance to the airport before the group willingly went with law enforcement to a separate area. Cops reportedly took the license plate numbers for the men in the car who started the fight, and Teka$hi told TMZ that he wasn't phased by the brawl.

"I gotta keep a smile on my face 'cause all this shit is funny to me," he said.

The "Gummo" rapper has been on one this week, exchanging insults with Trippie Redd on Instagram over gang affiliations.

It's been a difficult few months for the controversial artist, who plead guilty to felony counts of the use of a child in a sexual performance. The girl was later revealed to be 13 years old. As a condition of his plea deal, Teka$hi must pass his GED, which he has one last chance to do this year.

Regardless, the embattled rapper's songs continue to gain in popularity, with his hit single "Gummo" earning a gold certification last month.

Watch 6ix9ine get into a brawl below.

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