New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is showing there’s no city or state he’s avoiding. The hip-hop newcomer has hit up Chicago admit publicized rifts with multiple Windy City musicians.
Tek went to Instagram Tuesday (June 12) to share footage of himself in the Chi-Town streets feeding the needy.
Earlier this month, 6ix9ine distanced himself from rumors suggesting he had Chicago rapper Chief Keef shot at during a recent New York visit.
“I guess Chief Keef, he’s a gangsta rapper – I guess he has a lot of beef in these streets. I don’t know who he’s beefing with that wants to hurt him but it’s definitely not me. I’m a fan. I never shot a gun in my life to be honest with you. People get shot at everyday – we’re not in Calabasas. People get shot at everyday. It’s regular. People die everyday. There’s a new baby born everyday.” (TMZ)
A few weeks ago, Chief addressed nearly having his life taken away in New York and blaming 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)