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New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine just can’t catch a break. New footage has emerged of Tek appearing to call a hit on rap rival Chief Keef‘s family days before a near-fatal Big Apple attack.

In the clip, Tek is shown hinting at putting a $30,000 bounty on Chief’s cousin.

In shocking new footage, obtained by TMZ, you see Tekashi on FaceTime with Chief’s cousin, Tadoe, asking him if he’s going to be at Keef’s NYC hotel. When the convo ends, 6ix9ine brags to his crew about placing a $30,000 bounty on Tadoe. It’s interesting … the video was recorded in late May, just days before someone shot at and missed Chief Keef at the W Hotel in Times Square. Remember, 6ix9ine and Keef were beefing all spring over social media leading up to the shooting. (TMZ)

Back in September, 6ix9ine trolled Chief Keef following a home burglary.

A few months ago, Chief addressed nearly having his life taken away in New York and blamed it on his 6ix9ine feud.

“Yeah, I’m good,” the 22-year-old said by phone after rushing back home to Los Angeles. Keef, 22, whose given name is Keith Farrelle Cozart, told The Post he’s been feuding with 22-year-old Bushwick-born rival Tekashi 6ix9ine, whose given name is Daniel Hernandez. “It’s just beef between me and the rapper 6ix9ine,” the Chicago-born rapper claimed. (Page Six)

Keef also spoke up on what might have ultimately led up to the confrontation.

Keef told The Post that he’d been confronted by two would-be gunmen before dawn Saturday, as he went upstairs to his room at the W Hotel on Broadway near west 47th Street. “I was just scared a little bit and I didn’t know what to do,” Keef told The Post. “I went upstairs for a couple hours to cool off and I came back [outside]. I didn’t know they were waiting for me.” (Page Six)