Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj dropped their second collaboration single and music video titled ‘Trollz’, directed by CanonF8 and 6ix9ine.
The collaboration was announced on Wednesday (June 10) via Nicki Minaj’s official Instagram account. Minaji also ensured her fans that the sales from the single ‘Trollz’ will go to a good cause. Captioning the photos of her and Tekashi with, “A portion of the proceeds from Trollz including merch items, will be going directly to The Bail Project Inc. The fund provides free bail assistance to low-income individuals who can’t afford to pay bail while awaiting their trial.”
Despite the proceeds from the single ‘Trollz’ and merch going to a good cause, many were quick to hate on Minaj decision to collaborate with 6ix9ine. Fellow artists such as Joe Budden and Jim Jones were in opposition of the collaboration.
Minaj and 6ix9ine would go on live Thursday night, where Nicki gave her input on the world calling Tekashi a “snitch” and a “rat”. “This is the music business and I think we are confusing the two,” Minaj said. “I feel street ni—- have every right how they wanna feel about snitching, because they live that life. I feel rappers need to play it easy.”
“Ya’ll wanna make it rap one minute and street the next minute. Ya’ll wanna talk about people not writing their raps one minute and then do songs with people who don’t write their raps one minute,” Nicki Minaj explained during IG Live.
Regardless of it all, pre-order for the singles sold out in minutes Wednesday night, while visuals for ‘Trollz’ is set to break GOOBA‘s record for most views on YouTube within 24hrs for a Hip Hop music video.
Forgeatos on a Benz truck, make her friends f*ck Told her she could get Chanel if she let my friend f*ck Slide, shinin in the rolls royce, it got wrecked up Wait hold up, nah I still dont give a f*ck Vroom Vroom G5 Vroom Vroom we high You the type of N** that will I never wanna be like You the type of b*tch that will never get a reply Hi hater, Bye hater, Vroom6ix9ine verse on Trollz
Watch Trollz below directed and edited by 6ix9ine along with CanonF8 and Omar jones.