The drama between Tekashi 6ix9ine and Trippie Redd lives on.
Earlier today, Trippie Redd previewed a snippet of a track he's working on with Tadoe and Chief Keef titled "I Kill People," based on Tadoe's threats to Tekashi 6ix9ine this week. The statement was made in hopes that 6ix9ine would leave Tadoe's girlfriend Cuban Doll alone. Cuban ended up showing off fresh bruises from an alleged domestic violence incident at the hands of Tadoe. With Cuban Doll issuing a statement earlier today, it was only a matter of time before 6ix9ine spoke up with the rapper calling out his nemesis Trippie Redd for his involvement in the song.
In a video published to his page, Tekashi asked his followers if they remembered Trippie making up lies about how he "can't support pedophiles" because of his sister's alleged sexual assault. Tek said that Trippie lied about the entire thing to seem like the good guy in that situation and now that he's making a song with "somebody that beat a girl," everything goes out the window. 6ix9ine questions how Trippie can possibly be worried about his image when he is working with a rapper who "dead beat [Cuban Doll] in her face."
Although the Brooklyn rapper has an affinity for talking trash, he has a point here as Trippie is likely not doing himself any favors by associating with somebody accused of domestic violence. Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts on their growing beef.