It went from "f*ck 6ix9ine" to "free 6ix9ine."
There are many who are sad over 6ix9ine's arrest, while others are praying that he spends the remainder of his life behind bars. Even some of his own enemies have changed showed sympathy towards the Brooklyn rapper. 6ix9ine and Trippie Redd have had their differences throughout the past year and a bit, but Trippie clearly doesn't want to see his nemesis behind bars.
During a recent concert, Trippie Redd's crowd launched a chant calling for 6ix9ine's freedom. The crowd began chanting "Free 6ix9ine" during his set on Travis Scott's "Astroworld" tour. Trippie didn't encourage the chant, but also, didn't stop the crowd from screaming 6ix9ine's name. Clearly, Trippie feels some sort of remorse towards the Brooklyn rapper.
This isn't the first time that 6ix9ine's name has been brought up during one of Trippie Redd's show. A few days ago in Newark, Trippie Redd was performing before the crowd erupted into a "fuck 6ix9ine" chant. Under any other circumstance, Trippie would've likely allowed the crowd to continue chanting "fuck 6ix9ine" but the rapper put it to an end. "Fuck the drama," he said on stage.
In other Trippie Redd related news, the rapper recently released his second project of the year, A Love Letter To You 3. The project debuted atop the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart following its release. It also debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200, marking Trippie's highest charting album to date.