Meek Mill isn’t letting up on Tekashi 6ix9ine. On Sunday (May 10), the Dreamchasers founder made a promise to crush the controversial rapper by any means necessary.
Not long after The Shade Room shared a post about 6ix9ine’s comeback video “GOOBA” smashing Eminem’s YouTube record, 6ix9ine hopped in the comment section to say, “Somebody check on meek…see if he’s okay.”
Meek fired back, “The internet got a witness in witness protection living in a town house that can’t even come outside saying check on me. I’m helping free people you putting family members behind bars…I gotta crush you for the culture you chump! How you sleep at night lol.”
He added, “We control the culture lol and ima set a example lol.”
Meek has been going at 6ix9ine since Friday (May 8), the day “GOOBA” dropped and 6ix9ine appeared on Instagram Live to state his case.
The record-breaking session, which reeled in over 1.9 million viewers, included an apology to his fans for snitching but the same bravado that initially got him here.
“Before I got locked up, it was all, ‘Fuck that rainbow-haired kid … y’all didn’t really have a reason to not like me,” he said. “He’s mad, loud’ — that was your reason. Of course, the go-to is now I snitched. I can’t blame you. I’m sorry to my fans because they don’t deserve that. My family, my mother … don’t deserve it. I’m sorry, but you’re not going to break me down like I did something wrong.”
He also appeared to address Meek, who had called him a “rat” earlier that day.
“If a rat came home and did more numbers than me, I would be mad too,” he said. “I would. I promise you I would be mad. You have every reason to be mad. No matter how much dirt you throw on my name and I seen everything — everyone want to be quiet now. For two years, y’all made fun of me … I still came home and I’m a legend at the age of 24 years old because I came home and rat is doing more numbers than you.”
"If a rat came home and did more numbers than me, I would be mad too" – Tekashi 6ix9ine on IG Live pic.twitter.com/38Pw0mUXFa
— RealStreetRadio (@RealStreetRadio) May 8, 2020