No one is deported when it comes to 6ix9ine.
Despite collaborating with chart-topping hit “TROLLZ,” the infamous rapper couldn’t help but criticize Nicki Minaj after urging her Barbz to boost her YouTube views for “We Go Up,” her collaboration with Fivio Foreign, where 6ix9ine ate beef.
“If you all don’t do what needs to be done #WeGoUpVideo, I will do it significantly and I mean significantly … Delay……… Oh what is the word … oh! album,” Nicki tweeted. “That’s right,” he said. sigh album devil wears Prada Meryl Streep voice.”
6ix9ine responded by calling Nicki for threatening her fans. “I love Nicki … But it’s crazy to threaten barbs and fans,” he commented, before casting a shadow over Fivio Foreigner after calling himself the “King of New York.”
“You can’t make someone who doesn’t understand king,” Tekashi added. “Anyway, if it’s that important to you, this threat is crazy.
Nicki Minaj’s Words of Praise for 6ix9ine
Nicki Minaj showed her loyalty to 6ix9ine by collaborating with her on “TROLLZ” following a high-profile racketeering case in which most rappers turned their backs on her.
This isn’t the first time 6ix9ine has made false statements about her collaborator. During his interview with Billboard, he was questioned for calling out other artists for using Drake to get a hit. However, when the interviewer noted that he had received an assist from Nicki in “TROLLZ”, he tried to discredit him.
“Nicki is my sister. I love that girl to death,” he said, before asking, “When has Nicki ever had number one?”
Despite its reputation, 6ix9ine recently claimed that it never started beef, only responding. “My plan was never to come to anyone, just to stop music, to go back to my art space,” he told TMZ. “I went out, I didn’t mention anyone. Fivio jumped out the window first. He could only keep quiet.”
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