YG reignited his feud with Tekashi 6ix9ine following his appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. The Compton rapper was asked if his “Suu Whoop” lyrics were aimed at the “GUMMO” rapper and he responded, “I said it. That’s how I feel. So what? The little n*gga was playing with too much of the real sh*t.”

6ix9ine ran to his diary, social media, to responded to the Compton rapper. “Yo, I don’t know how more disrespectful I can get,” he said. “YG, suck my f*cking d*ck, stupid! Your last single before your album came out had four major artists on it. You had 2 Chainz. You had Big Sean and you had Nicki Minaj. Yo bool, you’re supposed to blow me out of the water. How my record doing better than your sh*t?”

The “Big Bank” rapper didn’t say too much other than this clear message on his Instagram account.


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Nicki Minaj, who is featured on both songs in question, decided to step in and diffuse the situation while humbling Tekashi, or as she called him, Daniel. “I told you to chill Daniel,” she said. “You know Big Bank went GOLD b4 FEFE right babe? Stop trolling! “Both songs are [fire emoji].”

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The fact that both songs achieved certified gold status is a good enough reason for Tekashi 6ix9ine to hold a corner. But as we’ve witnessed in the past, he doesn’t need to be right to actually continue trolling.