Most people don’t come at folks like Chief Keef and Lil Reese, but 6ix9ine isn’t most people. In a few videos he uploaded to Instagram yesterday (May 31), Tekashi takes some time to diss Keef and Reese before dismissing their perceived street credibility.
In one video, which appears to be the first in the series, Tekashi explains that he’s not afraid of Keef and Reese’s GBE crew. Tekashi, whose Day69 mixtape went gold last month, plays with a dog before he disses the two Chicago artists. Cuban Doll, who insinuated that she was assaulted by GBE affiliate Tadoe earlier this month, sits right next to him. As soon as the Brooklyn rapper begins dissing Reese and Sosa, she takes the dog, which appears to be her’s, out of 6ix9ine’s hands and walks away from the camera’s view.
“I don’t give a fuck about what y’all niggas did three years ago, I don’t think y’all understand what I was talking about in my last video” rainbow-haired says in the clip. “What y’all did four years ago, three years ago, live in y’all raps, y’all don’t do. I know that personally.”
From there, he continues letting loose the bad vibes. “What y’all gon’ give me? 48 hours? ‘Yo wait two months this shit gon’ die.’ Where? Where I’ma die? Fuck Chief Keef. Fuck Lil Reese. Fuck all them niggas. Fuck are y’all niggas talking about? Fuck are all y’all niggas talking ’bout,” he continues. “I bet y’all niggas [won’t] pull up to New Jersey now. Jersey ain’t even my city but my brothers out here, you heard me.”
Last month, 6ix9ine began feuding with Tadoe, a Keef and Reese affiliate who had been dating 6ix9ine’s friend, Cuban Doll. That beef seemed to stem from Cuban Doll’s video accusing Tadoe of domestic abuse, which is something Tekashi made clear he was not happy with.
Tekashi uploaded a video of a recent Facetime session he had with Tadoe to his Instagram account, and in it, Tadoe calls 6ix9ine a “police ass nigga.”
While neither Keef nor Reese have overtly responded to 6ix9ine’s diss, both rappers uploaded social media posts that could be taken as clapbacks. For his part, Reese uploaded an image of himself to Instagram, captioning the post with a message for fake tough guys.
“Don’t say shit cause it sound good make sure you mean that shitt…” he wrote in the post, which is still on his Instagram page. In his own post, Keef used his IG story to echo Tadoe’s sentiments, writing, “Police Ass.”
Check out 6ix9ine’s videos below. Peep Reese and Keef’s social media posts seemingly responding to the videos beneath Tekashi’s IG posts.
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