6ix9ine Recreates 50 Cent's 'In Da Club' Video
6ix9ine is having some fun at 50 Cent’s expense.
The “FEFE” rapper took it back by recreating 50’s classic “In Da Club” video on Instagram. Wearing a sweatband around his head like the G-Unit mogul did in his 2003 video, a shirtless Tekashi works out in the gym and runs on the treadmill. He also channels his mentor in a red hat and hoodie in the comical clip.
“I’m going back to 50cent’s career anybody want something?” said 6ix9ine, while borrowing 50’s catchphrase. “”#getthestrap 😩 Go tell pops he better chill.”
The video was a response to 50’s criticism to the outfit 6ix9ine wore at the Philipp Plein show during Milan Fashion Week. Fif called out the designer for putting Tekashi in a helmet. “lm a fuck Philipp plein up for putting that helmet on my son head,” 50 wrote on Instagram. “l don’t care how much he paid him 😤don’t do that to my ew.”
However, Plein denied that the helmet was his doing, prompting 50 to issue an apology. “Ok lm sorry @philippplein l apologize it was just a misunderstanding,” he said. “So now l gotta find out who put that helmet on my son head.”
But it was all in good fun. 50 Cent has been a longtime 6ix9ine supporter and recently teamed up with him in the video for “Get the Strap” featuring Uncle Murda and Casanova.