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Tekashi 6ix9ine STILL Trolling Lil' Reese After He Was Shot In Chicago

By Mike Walters

Tekashi 6ix9ine is not letting up with the constant trolling of fellow rapper Lil' Reese after he was shot during a violent incident in Chicago over the weekend.

Tekashi 69 is focused on the reports that Reese was somehow connected to an alleged carjacking where the pursuit of some kind ended with gunfire.

The rainbow rapper took to Instagram to make fun of the situation, specifically the fact that a famous rapper would be involved in stealing a car. So, he set the newest trolling video to Akon's classic hit, 'Locked Up.'

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In the video, Tekashi is driving in his home state of Florida, where he is listening and singing along to the hit record. As you know, there is a specific line in the song where the rapper says, "my car is stolen."

The 'Gooba' rapper captioned the video "My Car Is Stolen," and included several crying while laughing emojis.

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As we reported, Tekashi and Reese have been beefing for quite some time -- including an incident where the two rappers went live together on Instagram and LR flashed a handgun. It appears the problems started with Reese after Tekashi beefed with one of his fellow rappers, Chief Keef.

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Lil' Reese Recovering After Being Shot During Violent Incident


As we reported, Lil' Reese was reportedly shot in Chicago over the weekend after a carjacking of some sort ended with gunfire. A graphic video surfaced online of the rapper on the ground profusely bleeding from the head, with the woman filming accusing them of stealing a vehicle.

In the video, Reese is in no shape to defend himself, but another injured person claiming they were not involved in the theft.

Lil' Reese told police he had nothing to do with the carjacking side of the incident, one report claimed, he told officers he was only directing the men in the car to a location in a parking structure for some sort of transaction. Obviously, he got caught in the crossfire.

The rapper's exact condition is unknown, but he is expected to survive.

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