New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine isn’t shaking in his kicks over any hater. The self-proclaimed “King of New York” has responded to the overwhelming amount of negativity coming his way.
In a new “The Breakfast Club” interview, Tek unloaded on his recent headline-generating e-beefs.
“There’s grown a** men marching the streets looking for me. That sh*t drives me, I got these n***as missing work, they not taking care of they kids. Them n****s marching the streets looking for a kid with rainbow hair. How stupid could you look?” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Tek also dug into getting labeled as a child molester by news outlets and rap foes.
“This is how nasty the media is. This is how nasty they are and try to paint a picture and violate. This is what the system does to youth. I’m an 18-year-old kid with my life in front of me. Now that I rap and I’m somebody when these charges come up, it’s like “Oh my god, he’s a monster. … But paint it to where the kid is a kid at the end of the day and got caught up in some s**t. When people comment under my sh** ‘pedophile’ and all that sh*t, I’m so numb to it because I know what I am and who I am. Say, I would understand if I was [Charlamagne’s] age and got this charge and it looked disturbing but the media don’t see it as, ‘this kid got caught up in some sh**.’ How many people get caught up in some sh*t where a girl lie about her age? There was no sexual intercourse between me and the female at all. I just got arrested for being in the situation. I plead guilty this quick [snaps finger], I was scared. I had no money, I was poor, I wasn’t rapping.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
A few hours ago, West Coast rapper YG publicly blasted Tek in an IG post.
“N*gga on Bompton and Piru, n*gga f*ck 6ix9ine! N*gga! On Bloods. What’s happening Blood? F*ck 6ix9ine! N*gga! Yeah! 4Hunnid said it, n*gga!”
— SOHH (@sohh) March 23, 2018
Earlier this week, West Coast hip-hop executive Wack 100 gave Tek a final warning about claiming he’s affiliated with the Bloods.
— SOHH (@sohh) March 20, 2018