YG's feelings towards 6ix9ine remain the same.
YG and Tekashi 6ix9ine have been beefing for the better part of the year, and at this point, it really doesn't seem like either one of them will be the first to try and squash it. At any point they can, they take aim at each other. While 6ix9ine has mastered the art of trolling, YG takes a more simple approach to address his feelings. While boarding a plane at an Australian airport, YG and his team confronted an alleged 6ix9ine fan who seemed to be pestering them.
According to TMZ, YG cussed out a fan who was flashing a Tekashi 6ix9ine shirt at him and his crew. It's unsure if the individual said anything, but YG certainly had a few things to get off his chest.
"Ay, smack that n***a with the camera," YG said before putting the guy on blast. "Fuck you and 6ix9ine."
One of YG's associates was behind him and was also getting filmed by the man who allegedly tried to instigate a confrontation with the Cali rapper. "You just took a picture with us yesterday. You look bad," YG's friend said before echoing the rapper's sentiment towards 6ix9ine.
YG is currently in Australia for his "Stay Dangerous" tour. Unfortunately, his set hasn't been met by the best reception by many. The rapper faced criticism by many people after encouraging women in the crowd to expose their breasts during his set at Spilt Milk Festival.
"The comments made by YG on stage were not ok. When this behaviour goes unchallenged, we are part of the problem, not the solution. We thank the courageous people who have voiced their feelings, so this disrespectful and predatory behaviour is exposed for what it is," reads a statement from the festival. "We apologise that our stage was used in this manner and for not becoming aware sooner. YG’s comments in no way reflect the values of Spilt Milk and contradict our goals of a safe and inclusive space for all attendees. We can not, and will never, control an artist’s performance, but we will continue to focus our bookings on forward thinking artists that share our values."