I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I’ve never had roaches but I imagine them to be as disgusting as Tekashi 6ix9ine. He just won’t go away, but apparently Meek may have found one solution to this pest… at least temporarily.
Tekashi 6ix9ine is back to his old tricks. Release yet another song featuring him shouting at the top of his lungs over a glitchy beat and promote it by trolling and starting beef with whomever he can make it happen with at that moment. However, that may not have worked out too well for him this time. Meek Mill was reportedly involved in getting Tekashi’s “ZAZA” music video removed from YouTube. According to a screenshot of a cease and desist letter which of course 6ix9ine shared to his Instagram, Meek tapped his lawyers to assist in the removal process.
In case you decided to save your eyes and ears by not checking out the video, 6ix9ine included a clip of him confronting Meek in a parking garage from a viral altercation that took place last week. After 6ix9ine purposely waited for Meek to exit his location (clearly for the purpose of attention and this video, the two exchanged words but didn’t allow it to escalate further from there.
6ix9ne also decided to take to his Instagram to issue a message where he warned rappers such as Meek not to start anything with him, because as he claims, he’ll “finish it.” Well alright then, Rainbow Brite. Tekashi attempted to shade Meek for utilizing his lawyers to fight his battle, however considering the fact that he’s well aware if Meek escalates the situation in a different way he’ll be on his way back to the big house, I can’t possibly begin to take that outlook serious.
What do you guys think of this nonsense? I thought the circus usually came maybe once a year, how do we keep having to deal with 6ix9ine? Do you think this was a bad look for Meek or did he do the right thing?