6ix9ine made it clear that no matter what, both he and Nicki Minaj can't be canceled.
The rumors were true that Nicki Minaj and Tekashi 6ix9ine were collaborating, but the controversial move has caused a bit of an uproar. Prior to 6ix9ine's release, there were a number of artists who pledged never to work with the federal informant again. Some even stated that they wouldn't work with anyone who worked with 6ix9ine, but after it was announced the Nicki Minaj joined forces with her fellow rapper for "Trollz," both fans and artists didn't know how to take the news.
We can expect "Trollz" to drop tonight at midnight, and to hype the release, Nicki and 6ix9ine will reportedly be on Instagram Live together. While critics have continued to call for both artists to be "canceled," it doesn't seem that Cancel Culture is doing anything other than helping to continue the conversation about the track.
The Shade Room shared a screenshot of Nicki Minaj's recent post about her 6ix9ine collaboration, and Tekashi hopped in the comment to remind people that no matter what happens, neither artist will ever be canceled. "Imagine trying to cancel the queen since 2014 and imagine canceling the king after he ratted and they still sell millions of records ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ y’all mad at something everyday ð¤£ bye I said what I said." Are you looking forward to "Trollz"?