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Chicago, IL – Tekashi 6ix9ine continues to play with fire in his trolling of Chicago. After pouring out liquor in the city to announce his new album and mocking Lil Reese, the convicted felon “paid his respects” to Lil Durk’s deceased cousin OTF Nunu a.k.a. Nuski in the Windy City on Friday (August 28).

6ix9ine posted an Instagram video of himself bringing flowers to Chicago’s O Block, doing the sign of the cross and kissing the ground. Durk’s song “Dis Ain’t What U Want” from 2013’s Signed To The Streets mixtape is heard playing in the background.

“CAME TO OBLOCK .. came to pay my respect to @lildurk cousin nuski who was killed by gun violence,” 6ix9ine wrote in his post’s caption. “we need to change as a community #RIP NUSKI PRE ORDER THE ALBUM LINK IN MY BIO SEPTEMBER 4TH.”

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CAME TO OBLOCK .. came to pay my respect to @lildurk cousin nuski who was killed by gun violence 💔💔💔 we need to change as a community 💔💔💔💔😒😒😒 #RIP NUSKI PRE ORDER THE ALBUM LINK IN MY BIO SEPTEMBER 4TH 💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫

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Nunu, whose real name was McArthur Swindle, was shot and killed in June 2014. Durk signed his cousin to a deal just two days before the shooting.

6ix9ine has seemingly targeted Durk for trolling over an Instagram comment. When the controversial rapper did a publicity stunt in Chi-Town to announced his Tattle Tales album, Durk wrote on Instagram, “Damn the feds in Chicago. Everybody go inside.”

The Chicago trolling also took aim at Lil Reese, who commented, “I heard you just tried to sneak on block bro lol don’t lose you life playing on the internet 69.” 6ix9ine responded by reposting embarrassing footage from Reese’s past.

6ix9ine’s antics are being done to promote his sophomore album, which is scheduled to drop on September 4. The LP will include his Nicki Minaj-assisted single “TROLLZ,” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in June.

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