During Jay Park's "Soju" single release party at New York's SOB's, Casanova was a surprise guest. He hit fans with a performance of "Set Trippin'" and brought out 6ix9ine for "Gummo." The onstage show of support arrives just days after reports came in that the two had squashed all beef, with both sharing clips to Instagram last weekend that characterized the beef as more of a "misunderstanding."
Last week, TMZ reported that 6ix9ine was wanted in Houston for allegedly choking a 16-year-old kid at a mall back in January. According to legal documents excerpted by TMZ, 6ix9ine started screaming at Santiago Albarran to erase a video he had recorded before grabbing him "by the neck."
Trippie Redd, who's long been feuding with 6ix9ine in the public sphere, vowed earlier this week to catch 6ix9ine "if it's the last thing" he does while here on Earth. "I'm gonna catch you and I'm gonna beat your ass," he said.
However, Redd—just days later—rebuked negativity in general in favor of work. Redd told fans on Instagram that he's now done with having his art and intelligence associated with people who don't deserve it.