COVID-19 is not stopping 6ix9ine, nor is rapper The Game, as Tekashi 69 continues his “freedom” tour which saw him step into the West Coast.
The beef between The Game and Tekashi dates back to 2018 during a concert in Slovenia. This when Hip Hop artist The Game encouraged the crowd in attendance to chant “F— 6ix9ine”. The Game also called 6ix9ine a “Fake a– blood” during the show.
Although 6ix9ine never mention The Game’s name, Tekashi took to IG with the following comment days later, “SUCK MY D–K. I literally come to everyone city when ya’ll say don’t come. Pullin everybody card.”
Fast forward to now with Tekashi 69 off home confident, the rapper has been out just about everyday on the streets of New York. It appears that 6ix9ine’s intentions is to irritate all his haters and garner a response, and it looks like it is working.
The Game took to his Twitter account On Monday (August 190) taking aim at Tekashi. “Tweeting, “Pop smoke dead but 69 alive. #GuessRatsOutlivingHumansNow.”
Tekashi once again did not respond directly at The Game, but obviously was aware of the Compton’s native Tweet. Tekashi via his IG story shared a photo of Pop Smoke, with the words, “I wish you was still here. Rest Up.”
Along with his post on IG story, Tekashi took a trip to L.A., perhaps a move to further irritate his nemesis The Game. Videos of 6ix9ine show the rapper fresh off the plane with stacks of money in hand along with his girlfriend Jade.
In another video Tekashi 69 is also seen with Akon who both are seen heading to the celebrity restaurant Nobu Malibu. Back in June, Tekashi shocked everyone by posting a video of himself and Akon working on new music. The two have linked for “Locked Up Part 2”, which is set to appear on Tekashi’s new album due out September 5th. (Also read: GlobalStreamingNow Tekashi 69 Live Performance Worth $5 Million!)