Meek Mill continues to feel a way about Tekashi 6ix9ine and has now accused him of faking streams.
6ix9ine's new track "Gooba" broke Eminem's "Rap God" record for most YouTube views in 24 hours. It may debut at number one on the Billboard chart, although Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and their many fans are doing everything they can to propel Bieber and Grande's new collab "Stuck With U" to the top.
"Gooba" isn't a terrible song. You don't have to like 6ix9ine to concede he raps with a certain energy and is wise to keep his songs short and violent.
But there is no way "Gooba" would be anywhere near the top of the chart if not for 6ix9ine's trolling, antics, and backstory.
Meek Mill participated in all of that (and helped 6ix9ine get streams) when he went on multiple Twitter rants against Snitch9.
Now Meek -- who is not known for his self-awareness -- is claiming 6ix9ine is getting his numbers by cheating.
It's entirely possible that 6ix9ine is getting illegitimate help with streams. But it's also entirely possible Meek (and Grande and Bieber) get help with streams.