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6ix9ine Clowns Meek Mill, Future, Lil Durk – Shows Love To Lil Baby

Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj claimed the number one spot on the U.S. 200 Billboard chart, with their hit ‘Trollz‘. An accomplishment that many never thought 6ix9ine would obtain after his release from prison. Now the rapper you love to hate has a message for Meek Mill, Lil Durk, and Future to name a few.

On Monday afternoon 6ix9ine kicked off what he claims will be a week celebration. As seen on his Instagram, Tekashi made it clear that he cannot be stopped. Day two of the number one spot celebration, had 6ix9ine clowning various artist who never reached the number one spot.

“I got a list,” he declares. “Let’s start at the top. Future, you’ve been rapping over a decade, if not close to a decade. You have many Drake features my friend, and you never went number one. Mr. Meek Mills, since 2011, close to a decade. You never went number one either.”


Wait there’s more. 6ix9ine made sure not to leave anyone out of his clowning session. According to Tekashi if he didn’t hit the number one spot, he would’ve have been clowned. “BUT I DID SO LET ME BEAT YOU TO IT,” Tekashi captioned the IG video post.

“The Lil Boys, the little guys in the game. Lil Durk, pretty local, you never went number one sir. G-Herbo, I don’t think you entered the top 100, I could be wrong though. Gucci Mane — nope, never been number one either sir. Trippie Redd, we signed to the same label, never went number one. Every New York rapper that’s a male that’s not old, you never been number one,” Tekashi said in the video.

Although it seems Tekashi has no love for anyone in Hip Hop, the controversial artist showed love to Lil Baby. Commenting on a post by Akademiks, 6ix9ine wrote, “Lil Baby deserved it not gonna lie BUT I waited on this forever.”

6ix9ine is referring to Lil Baby’s non album single ‘The Bigger Picture‘ which speaks on police brutality. Although Lil Baby’s new single reached the number three spot, hype around the song pushed his second studio album back to the number one spot. Now for a second week in a row, ‘My Turn‘ sits at top of the U.S. Billboard 200 Chart.


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