Soon enough, Tekashi 6ix9ine – who is currently embroiled in a bitter back-and-forth with YG – jumped in the comments section and claimed that he was involved in the incident. “I was chasing him,” he wrote. “He got scared.” (Capital 1Xtra)
The accident went down in the San Fernando Valley. The rapper was a passenger, riding in the back of the Uber-driven ride, according to sources close to him. There were no other vehicles involved in the accident. (TMZ)
Earlier this week, Tek questioned his rap rival’s tough guy image.
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Back in September, YG trolled Tek with his “Bulletproof” music video.
The opening features a look-alike 6ix9ine being locked up while “pedophile” is repeatedly mentioned; the individual is later assaulted. YG and 6ix9ine have been beefing most of 2018, and this comes as another shot from the Compton rapper who is clearly referencing 6ix9ine’s child sex case. (Complex)
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