Meek Mill isn't a fan of how 6ix9ine used his influence to portray a "gangbanger."
Last week, Meek Mill was vocal in spreading his distaste for Tekashi 6ix9ine. The Brooklyn rapper is currently in a tough spot, facing a maximum sentence of life in prison for his involvement in a racketeering conspiracy. He's been singing like a bird to the feds though in hopes that they cut him some slack. That's yet to be seen but if ever he does make it out of prison, we will likely never hear from him again. Despite his insanely quick rise to fame, Meek Mill is not a fan of the way he went about things, tweeting exactly why he's decided to cancel the rainbow-haired artist.
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Responding to somebody who said that 6ix9ine would continue to be successful after getting out of jail, Meek didn't shut down that theory. However, he still isn't supporting him in the least bit. "Ok that’s cool but I don’t represent that," said the Philly spitter. "Using influence to cause unnecessary drama and then get them locked up after he portrayed a gang banger..kids will believe that and follow up it’s not cool."
When Tekashi's newest song dropped with DJ Akademiks, Meek slid into the comment section to say he was unfollowing 69. Do you agree with his stance?