Tekashi 6ix9ine says he can't speak on George Floyd because of the terms of his house arrest, but that's not stopping him from attacking other rappers like Meek Mill.
Meek dropped the track "Otherside Of America" in response to what's going in the United States, and Tekashi was quick to jump on the Philly rappers back for not hitting the streets to protest.
"If Kanye, who is way more famous than all these rappers is outside protesting with the people, why is the wannabe Martin Luther King Not but has no problem dropping a song during times like this to capitalize.," Tekashi wrote on the post, adding "BUT YOU THE VOICE FOR THE STREETS 🗣🗣🗣 YOU F*CKIN CLOWN"
Well, Meek wasn't digging Tekashi's post (which was recently deleted) and took to social media himself to address the accusation.
According to Meek, his whole life has been a protest, and we can only assume he means his criminal record, jail time and his current fight for prison reform with Jay-Z, Michael Rubin, and more.
my whole life a protest..... literally!— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) June 5, 2020