6ix9ine is accusing Trippie Redd and Tadoe of "capitalizing off of domestic violence" with their diss track "I Kill People" with Chief Keef.

The track's title comes from the same words Tadoe threatened 6ix9ine with after the latter talked to Tadoe's girlfriend, Cuban Doll, on Instagram Live. After the exchange, Cuban Doll revealed her bruised face on Instagram Live. Now, with a diss track against 6ix9ine based on the incident which led to the alleged abuse on the way, the rapper is calling them out.

"Like I understand being washed up. Matter of fact, I don't understand it because I was never washed up. But capitalizing off of domestic violence, that shit is fucking trash," said 6ix9ine in an Instagram video. "Y'all trying to pick back your career and one is trying to make a career. That shit makes no fuckin' sense. Y'all capitalizing off a girl getting beat. What type of shit y'all on?"

According to Cuban Doll, this isn't the first time Tadoe allegedly abused her.

"It has been happening for a while and I never spoke about it publicly because I never want people to think that I'm weak," she said in an Instagram post. "This happening to other girls my age publicly and I see them getting made fun of on social media when they need help."

Tadoe has yet to confirm whether the allegations are true or not but Trippie went to Instagram to clarify "I Kill People" is "STRICTLY ABOUT KILLING PEOPLE." Because that's...better?