Though the reasons someone wouldn't rock with 6ix9ine are presumably quite obvious, sometimes a little specificity doesn't hurt.

In a new interview with Power 106's J Cruz, Bhad Bhabie was asked if she "still" felt the same way about 6ix9ine. As you may recall, Bhabie has openly criticized 6ix9ine in the past. Judging by her latest comments to Cruz, the sentiment remains the same. 

"Hey, I mean it's not that I don't like the records," Bhabie said around the 12:20 mark in the video up top. "I mean, I like 'Kooda.' 'Kooda's a cool song but it's like, man, you talk the most shit, bro. Trippie Redd made you. I don't wanna hear none of that bullshit . . . I'll argue you about this all day."

Bhabie then gave her "rundown" of why 6ix9ine would still be a total unknown if not for Trippie Redd. "Nobody ever heard of Tekashi 6ix9nine—whatever the fuck you wanna call him, rainbow-headed ass bitch, I don't give a fuck whatever you wanna call him—until ['Poles 1469'] came out, the song by him and Trippie Redd. And people still didn't know who he was! People were making edits of the song without him, calling it the better version."

The beat for "Gummo," Bhabie added, was allegedly given to 6ix9ine without producer Pi'erre Bourne's permission. "You would have been nobody . . . Tekashi sucks, period," she said.

Tuesday, Bhabie dropped her new video for "Gucci Flip Flops" featuring Lil Yachty and David Spade.