Last year, Tekashi 6ix9ine and Trippie Redd were engaged in a social media beef and now Tekashi is getting some payback.
During their 2017 back and forth, Trippie said the New York rapper isn't in the same league as him in terms of money, social media followers and success, and he also brought up Tekashi's sexual misconduct charges. But since Tekashi now has three hits on his hands with "Gummo," "Kooda" and "Keke," he decided it was a good time to rub it in Trippie's face.
"I just want to let ya'll know, be careful who you shit on," he said. "Tables turn, bridges burn and lessons learned. I got three top 100 Billboard hits."
BE CAREFUL WHO YOU SHIT ON‼️ 3 *SINGLES* ON BILLBOARD TOP 100 90,000,000 on GUMMO 57,000,000 on KOODA 4,000,000 on KEKE (released a day ago) BY THE WAY... I still haven't even released a mixtape yet. You released two of them.. Plus got a CO-sign from drake, travis Scott, xtentacion ... there's no reason I should be in competition with you. You shoulda been blew past me. Humble is key. I didn’t want to do this .. tbh .. but like I really hate bully’s 🤷🏻♂️ for every kid out there who deals with bullying TEKASHI wants you to know that a bully only picks on you because he’s threatened by you.. insecure for his own reasons. You are the king/queen always stay humble with your head up & your grass cut ‼️💕
Trippe responded with his own video and said he's actually responsible for Tekashi's success, which is something he said in a previous clip.
"Let me take this L rightquick," he said sarcastically while flauntin some cash. "I don't do no flexing for the Gram, but I saw this nigga talking crazy or whatever, like I ain't put him on or whatever. I don't support bullies or rapist."
What are your thoughts on this back-and-forth?