The Game won’t stand for 6ix9ine’s disrespect of Nipsey Hussle.
During his trip to Los Angeles this week, Tekashi paid his respects to the late West Coast icon by visiting his mural. But the gesture didn’t sit well with many of Nipsey’s fans and friends including Game, who put him on blast.
“Disrespectful [rat]… keep playing,” the Compton rapper commented on the video.
In the clip, Tekashi can be seen standing in front of a portrait of Nipsey and praying while Nipsey’s song “Last Time That I Checc’d” plays. According to bystanders, he only stayed for a brief time before getting in his car and leaving with security.
Game and Tekashi have exchanged words in the past. During a 2018 concert, Game called the rainbow-haired rapper a “fake-ass Blood.” Tekashi responded by posting a video clip of Game on the dating game show “Change of Heart.” “I BEEN GANGBANGIN AS A YOUNGIN. U worked out and got ‘tuff’ and turned blood,” he said.
Another L.A. rapper, TDE’s Reason, also weighed in on 6ix9ine’s visit to Nipsey’s mural. “Aye bro it’s a video already out, you was there for 60 seconds for this and got escorted by police back to the car,” he wrote. “Troll all you want but leave our legend out of it bro.”
Prior to his death, Nipsey addressed 6ix9ine’s snitching on Rick Ross’ album Port of Miami 2. “When it’s war time never lay low / Y’all play roles / Can’t name a fake ni**a that was not exposed,” he rapped on “Rich Ni**a Lifestyle.” “How y’all ni**as so surprised that Tekashi told? / Ain’t a real street ni**a ‘less you got a code.”
While in L.A., the controversial rapper also hit up Beverly Hills where he tossed out $100 bills to people on Rodeo Drive. But not everyone was happy to see him. “Don’t take his snitch-ass money,” one man can be heard yelling.
However, the self-proclaimed King of New York seemed to feel right at home. “THEY LOVE ME HERE LA THANK YOU,” he captioned his video.