New York rapper Bobby Shmurda doesn’t have any smoke, anger or hatred toward the self-proclaimed King of New York. The jailed hip-hop artist has updated fans on where things stand between himself and rap rookie Tekashi 6ix9ine.
In a new interview, Shmurda promised he would come home sometime in 2020 and shut down speculation about having ill will toward 6ix9ine.
“No beef with 6ix9ine. No problems. I been hearing a whole bunch of crazy sh*t and me out of everybody, I should know better not to listen what’s going on. First of all, I seen all the colors in the hair and all that crazy sh*t I started laughing like what the f*ck is going on with this n*gga and you got to understand, this is entertainment – [they] want to paint their hair pink then paint your hair pink.” (This Is 50)
Back in February, 6ix9ine responded to Shmurda calling him fruity.
Recently, Shmurda shared an update on her son with a jail pic.
Earlier this year, she teased a potential 2020 Shmurda release date.