Tekashi 6ix9ine is dangerously trolling rapper Lil’ Durk and an entire Chicago neighborhood, by claiming he showed up to ‘pay respects’ to a murdered family member of the rapper — and at the same time, he revealed his exact location, and timestamped it!
Tekashi 69 posted a video on Instagram of himself in the ‘O Block’ area of Chicago where he gets out of his car, with flowers in hand, and kneels on the floor to pay respects to Lil’ Durk’s dead cousin.
As you can imagine, not only is this a very dangerous move, he even showed the exact time and today’s date on an iPhone to prove this wasn’t done in the past.
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As you can see, Tekashi is outside of a fence near the neighborhood and is kneeling on the ground and kissing the floor where he claims the person was murdered.
“CAME TO OBLOCK .. came to pay my respect to @lildurk cousin nuski who was killed by gun violence ??? we need to change as a community ??????? #RIP NUSKI PRE ORDER THE ALBUM LINK IN MY BIO SEPTEMBER 4TH ?????????????,” Tekashi captioned the video.
The video comes on the heels of Tekahi posting another video in a Chicago alley, where he trolls any gang members looking for retaliation against him.
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Almost immediately, several people commented on how dangerous and reckless his behavior is, and pointing out how disrespectful it is to Lil’ Durk.
“Naw you trippin ?” said rapper Pretty Boy Fredo.
“Oh nooo you going to far !!!! This is were the line is drawn sooner or later it will be Rest In Peace 69,” another person wrote.
Several followers pointed out Tekashi changed his original caption which mentioned saying someone told him the neighborhood’s “gates was open” and how “we need to change as a community.”
“ohhh you playing with fire,” most people agreed after seeing it.
But, Tekashi doesn’t care, and he proves it at the end of the video.
As we reported, several people called the rainbow rapper out for posting videos of himself in dangerous locations, but hours or days after he was actually on site.
So, at the end of this clip, Tekashi has his camera operator pan towards his iPhone, showing the video was not only shot TODAY for that it was only minutes before he posted it!
Again, many of Tekashi’s team are worried he is the target of gang retaliation due to turning state’s evidence against the Blood Gang in New York. But, the ‘Punani’ rapper has made even more enemies since being released from prison.
Many are pointing out he may be asking for retaliation from Lil’ Durk as too, “You really better not let him catch u I hope it was worth it.”