The Game has beef with 6ix9ine.
“[6ix9ine] can do whatever he wants to do,” he said. “I’m pretty sure he knows there can be consequences to his actions…If you say the wrong thing, there are gonna be people who are offended and shit might happen.”
Game made his disdain more clear during a concert, where he asked fans to chant: “Fuck 6ix9ine! Fake-ass Blood!”
Game then took to Instagram, where he posted photos of 6ix9ine as a youth. The controversial upstart is on blue bandana bedsheets in one photo and wearing a sweater around his neck in another. His captions for both images are lengthy and profanity-laced.
“He disrespected my city & a rag I put in my pocket, lost countless homies, relatives & my own brother over. A Color & way of life I almost died over,” he wrote. “Its ni**as all over the world who take this blood shit serious & they are not gone be playing these games when they catch you.”
“stop playing wit this blood shit before somebody hurt yo mamas only daughter,” he added. “You a nice guy, look at that smile…cut the tuff shit out before it’s too late.”
Tekashi responded with an Instagram statement of his own: “I turned ‘gangsters’ into clout chasers. I invite all y’all to my dick. A kid with rainbow hair got the whole industry right now aggravated.” The message could have also been directed at several other foes, including J Prince Jr. and Baby Jay Prince, who are embroiled in a similar dispute.
69 also posted an old video of Game on “Change of Heart.” “When u was 21 u was crying over a bitch,” he wrote. “I BEEN GANGBANGIN AS A YOUNGIN. U worked out and got ‘tuff’ and turned blood.”
6ix9ine has become quite a controversial figure. Last year, it was revealed that he pled guilty to three felony counts of Use of a Child in a Sexual Performance. His gang ties have also been questioned by several people, including The Game.
Controversy hasn’t stopped 69’s sales. His debut album DAY69 dropped last month and opened at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.