Tekashi 6ix9ine spent the last week prancing around Chicago while viciously taunting the city's rappers.
So far, he hasn't been touched. That has a lot to do with his massive security detail. According to Lil Durk, who has been one of 6ix9ine's Chiraq targets, he may also be paying off Chicago's goons to let him troll them.
"That b*tch ass n*gga's label call me. Somebody from his camp. I ain't gonna say his label. Somebody from his camp called somebody from my camp talking 'bout they'll give me $3M to keep trolling with this n*gga," Durk claimed. "Dead. I hope y'all on here looking and listening. That sh*t dead, man. I ain't never gonna turn my back on the f*cking streets, ever. I'm the f*cking voice, know what I'm sayin'? That money sh*t ain't gonna change a mothaf*cka. So I ain't never gonna respond to this n*gga ever fuckin' again."
We sorta doubt this ever happened. And they certainly didn't offer Durk $3 million. But it's good trolling by Durk to claim that they did
Although Durk says he isn't responding to 6ix9ine anymore, he did just announce that he's dropping his next project The Voice on September 4, the same day 6ix9ine's Tattle Tales drops.
We'll see who comes out on top.