Controversial rainbow-haired rapper 6ix9ine recently found himself the target of The Game's ire, drawing heavy criticism for his gang-related antics. Game took countless shots at the Brooklyn rapper, calling out his use of Blood imagery and saying he was "tryna turn red rags into Disneyland tickets." YG was early to co-sign Game's comments about 6ix9ine, and now he's got a simple message for him: "Fuck 6ix9ine!"
6ix9ine was quick to notice the post, commenting, "lol he big mad." As a rapper known to foster controversy, it won't be long until he pushes to get someone else involved. During his recent stop on The Breakfast Club, he explained that he loves being hated. The rapper has received plenty of criticism since blowing up, mostly relating to his use of gang imagery and child sex case.
As Twitter users have pointed out, 6ix9ine insinuates that YG isn't Blood in the interview. Briefly forgetting YG's name, 6ix9ine calls him "the dude that was hot mad long ago."
Near the end of the interview, a pastor is brought in to pray for 6ix9ine. It gets a bit weird, but he goes along with it anyway.
Shortly after sharing his post dissing 6ix9ine on Instagram, YG tweeted what is likely a subliminal directed at the rapper. A line in YG's recent track "Suu Whoop" has led fans to speculate that this isn't YG's first diss directed at 6ix9ine, pointing to the second verse line, "I ain't with the pink-haired Blood shit (suu whoop)/I ain't with the only-at-the-club-Bloodin'."
6ix9ine has deleted his posts dissing Game, who lead a "Fuck 6i9ine, fake-ass Blood" chant at a concert in Slovenia.
His child sex case was recently delayed following his failure to pass his GED. The Brooklyn rapper previously pleaded guilty in the case for uploading a video of a 13-year-old child engaging in sex acts. He has until April 10 to complete his GED or will face one to three years behind bars.