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New York rapper J-Hood isn’t here to see or hear Tekashi 6ix9ine take over the rap game let alone his city. The Yonkers native has ripped the Brooklyn hip-hop newcomer with some hard-hitting disses.

Over the past few hours, Hood has unloaded pure venom on Tek for recently calling himself the “King of New York.”

Tek has hit up social media to low-key send some direct words back to J-Hood.

Based on early estimates, Tek’s new studio release Day69 is set to sell up to 60,000 copies.

ScumGang/TenThousand’s 6ix9ine will be the week’s top debut and should be a lock for a spot in the Top 5 with a first week total of 50-60k, 20-25k for the album. The Black Panther soundtrack (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) gets the nod for a third week on top. (HITS Daily Double)