This went down in a parking garage outside of an Atlanta nightclub. Both rappers were seen being held back as 6ix9ine taunted Meek for supposedly having too much security and police around him. Meek then took to Twitter to say that 6ix9ine almost got hurt for trying to gain another viral moment.
Many believe that 6ix9ine was trying to bait Meek into going to jail again.
6ix9ine Has New Music On The Way
Lately, 6ix9ine has been creating viral moments for himself outside of music. But he’s back to what he does best. On Thursday evening, the Brooklyn rapper took to his Instagram to reveal he’s releasing a new single and music video on Friday via Instagram Live at 3:00pm ET. Many expect possibly close to 1 million viewers again.
“Yall Ready? The King returns tomorrow. New music video. Instagram Live at 3:00PM.”
Tekashi 6ix9ine Previewed New Music For Fans
Prior to the drama with Meek and the announcement of this new single, 6ix9ine shared some new music with fans on his Instagram feed recently. One was played as he said he would put it out if he reached 100,000 comments on the post. That never happened, though. 6ix9ine did the same for another record which he also didn’t release. That one featured him discussing how he’s shot rappers before. There is a good possibility that this new single coming out could be one of the two songs he played on IG.
6ix9ine Saw Success With Sophomore Album Last Fall
In early September, 6ix9ine also released his sophomore album, “Tattle Tales.” This project was led by singles such as “YAYA,” “GOOBA,” “P*NANI,” and the chart-topping single, “TROLLZ,” with Nicki Minaj. He even had a collab with Akon, which was “Locked Up 2.” That served as the sequel to Akon‘s breakout 2004 single. Tattle Tales sold 54,000 units in its first week and that was good for the No. 4 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.
6ix9ine Documentary Is Coming This Weekend To Showtime
In addition to new music and more rap beef, 6ix9ine has a three-part docuseries coming out this Sunday on Showtime. It will premiere at 10 PM ET and is titled, “Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine.”
Surprisingly though, 6ix9ine didn’t have anything to do with this project, as noted by his attorney and his manager, Murda Murphy. Murphy also blasted the Hulu documentary, “69: The Saga Of Danny Hernandez.” Both projects were labeled as fake news as well. 6ix9ine’s attorney also blasted the director of the Showtime docuseries for calling the rapper a “horrible person.”