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Tekashi 6ix9ine Violates Meek Mill On Clubhouse Again And Says ‘His Career Is Over’ [Listen]

Meek Mill and Tekashi 6ix9ine. CREDIT: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images, Johnny Nunez/WireImage/Getty Images

Earlier this year, rappers 6ix9ine and Meek Mill run into each other in a parking garage on Valentine’s Day weekend. Both rappers posted videos of the altercation that security tried to keep a 6ix9ine charge away from Meek, which remained relatively calm throughout the situation.

In the 6ix9ine video he posted on Twitter, he repeatedly calls Meek a “p***” while emphasizing that he has the security that keeps him that he claims to be police. In Meek’s video, someone repeatedly called 6ix9ine a ‘b****, while the rapper is busy recording his own, according to TMZ.

After the release of the video, Meek jumped on Twitter to explain his version of the story. “The feds sent him to take me out,” he wrote. “He really waited outside the club for me. I thought I was dreaming.” He also alleged that he spat on 6ix9ine in a now-deleted Instagram post. 

Later, Meek gave more details about the situation, claiming that the 6ix9ine surprised him.

”We did not run into each other I was getting in my car he just popped out…. we almost was smoking on that 69 pack for the love of a viral moment ….. he tryna get something locked up no cap lol,” he wrote. 

6ix9ine, naturally, wished to expose Meek for having protection. “Stop letting these rappers lie to you,” he wrote on Instagram. “They too tough for security. @MeekMill running around with police. This how you expose these fake gangstas.”

On Wednesday morning, Tekashi 6ix9ine was on the Clubhouse in the Sleepless in LA room. Wack 100 brought up Meek’s name during the question and answer period after discussing 21 Savage and Tekashi 6ix9ine being in the same club a few months back.

“F*** running into Meek, that N*** was in punching distance of me…N***!,” said 6ix9ine.

Tekashi was, then why did he not swing on Meek?

“Watch this, I’m on federal parole, and he’s not… N***. That n*** is over here doing criminal justice, N****. I want you to hear this real good. I went to jail for RICO, and he went to jail for popping a wheelie. So we are two different N****. That n*** went to jail for bike tricks and crying for six months, and I went to jail racketeering. We are two different n****,” said 6ix9ine.

“Meek had my d*** in his mouth the whole time I was in jail. When I came home and ran into him, he said y’all he got the police. When did the f*** did a gangster worry about going to jail. Meek is ‘p***’ because he should have swung on me. He is a f*** clown.”

He would continue, “That n*** Meek wanted the static with Drake… Meek picks and chooses battle because he is ‘p***.’ The n*** is so ‘p***’ that he made every excuse in the world… I just showed the world that the n*** is a b****… I need y’all to hear me this Clubhouse s*** is not about the p*** n**** Meek. The n**** Meek just released two songs in the last two weeks I did under a million views the n**** career is over.”

What do you think?

Written by Byron Nelson

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