For the past few weeks, Tekashi 6ix9ine has been in the media in a back and forth with other rappers in the industry. It all begin when 6ix9ine surprised Meek and his team with a pop-up that led to a verbal exchange between the two. Tekashi then took the footage of the altercation, and entered it in the music video to his song, “ZAZA.”


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While Meek Mill claims that 6ix9ine was trying to get him sent back to jail, 6ix9ine comes forth with a new claim, stating that Meek Mill’s crew asked the rainbow-haired rapper to stop bullying him.

“HOW YOU START SOMETHING YOU CANT FINISH?????
HE WANT TO BE TAKEN OUT THE VIDEO BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE LAUGHING AT HIM,” 6ix9ine wrote.

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It beef doesn’t stop there. Tekashi 6ix9ine has also had a few verbal exchanges with some Chicago rappers including 600 Breezy, Lil Reese, Lil Durk, and his constant disrespect towards the late King Von.

Sara Molina, mother of 6ix9ine’s daughter speaks out and says that her baby father’s actions have been putting the safety of their shared child in jeopardy. “For the people who have the nerve to DM me about all this stuff going on, mention my child, who is completely innocent. I don’t think a four-year-old, five-year-old, six-year-old, no matter around that age group, any child period should be—my daughter’s so innocent, she don’t even know she’s being called a b*tch online,” she stated on Instagram live after saying that 6ix9ine is clearly on a mission.

“This beef sh*t, it shouldn’t involve women, it shouldn’t involve children, it shouldn’t involve any of that,” she continued.  “Especially when it comes down to people thinking that he actually cares… Now, my daughter is being brought into some sh*t that has nothing to do with her, and it’s understandable. I’m not saying in any way shape or form, it’s ok to call someone’s child out their name, but her hand was forced, bro. I can’t do anything but understand it. It’s disgusting what he’s doing.”

“My heart goes out to those whose family is being brought up, as well as dead family members and stuff like that. Like, I don’t think that that should be spoken on either,” she says before acknowledging that it’s disgusting to use other people’s hurt and pain and a weapon against them.

Do you think that 6ix9ine’s actions are justified? Or is the rapper way out of line?