Tekashi 6ix9ine continues to be one of the most controversial rappers in the industry. Multiple documentaries have been made about him lately as well. The latest is Showtimes’s “Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine.” This is set to premiere on February 21st at 10 PM ET as this will be a three-part series. Director Karam Gill has been telling the public of how bad of a person the rapper is and now, his attorney has had enough of the slander that’s come their way.
6ix9ine’s Attorney Calls Out Showtime Director For Calling The Rapper A ‘Horrible Human Being’
“The public and media hates him because he is truly a horrible human being who has done terrible things,” said Gill regarding 6ix9ine. Gill also added that 6ix9ine is “a toxic individual in our culture” who wants reactions from people.
According to TMZ, 6ix9ine’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, has had enough. He recently told the outlet that Gill is wrong for calling the Brooklyn native a “horrible human being.” Lazzaro also believes that Gill doesn’t know 6ix9ine well enough to make that type of assessment about him.
6ix9ine’s Attorney Says The Rapper Has A ‘Good Heart’
Lazzaro went on to say that 6ix9ine had no involvement in the making of Showtime’s docuseries and that he’s “troubled” due to how Gill is making these comments without ever meeting the rapper. The attorney also feels that Gill is simply trying to gain views from this docuseries even though 6ix9ine supposedly has a “good heart.” Lazzaro also says that 6ix9ine is also using his career to help people in local communities, especially those that are fighting life-threatening issues such as cancer.
6ix9ine Has Been Trending For Almost Fighting Meek Mill
On Saturday night, 6ix9ine and Meek Mill also almost got physical. This was after the two started yelling at each other in the parking lot of an Atlanta nightclub, according to TMZ. 6ix9ine kept yelling about how Meek has so much security and police around him as well. At the same time, both rappers had their phones out and recorded everything that was going down.
“STOP LETTING THESE RAPPERS LIE TO YOU!” said 6ix9ine in a deleted Instagram post. “THEY TOO TOUGH FOR SECURITY @meekmill RUNNING AROUND WITH POLICE.
Meek went on to explain on Twitter how 6ix9ine almost got attacked for trying to go viral. He also believed that 6ix9ine was trying to provoke Meek so he could get sent back to prison.
6ix9ine Has Been Teasing New Music
Last week, 6ix9ine also took to his Instagram feed to break his social media hiatus. There, he showed how he got more tattoos done and even grew a beard. He also previewed a song for fans and said he’d put it out if the post reached 100,000 comments. 6ix9ine did this for another song preview on Instagram. The lyrics were also played where he claims that he shot at rappers before. The last piece of music he put out was back in September with his sophomore album, “Tattle Tales.”