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UPDATED May 8, 4:27 p.m. ET: 6ix9ine has issued a response to Trippie's song, calling him a liar for his previous comments that he wouldn't work with people who beat women. You can watch it below.
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That new Julia Michaels and Trippie Redd collab is undeniably addictive, but the vibe is drastically different with Redd's upcoming new song "I Kill People" featuring Chief Keef and Tadoe.
Redd teased the Ozmusiqe-produced song on Instagram early Tuesday, adding that he's presently in "album mode."
That track, of course, is a nod to Tadoe's recent exchange of words with 6ix9ine, a.k.a. (at least according to Bhad Bhabie) "rainbow-headed ass bitch." Tadoe apparently told 6ix9ine that he killed people. "Lose this number," he told 6ix9ine during a social media-shared FaceTime chat. "I kill people!" This exchange occurred after 6ix9ine, who pleaded guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance back in 2015, went on Instagram Live with Cuban Doll. Later, The Source reported, Cuban Doll took to Tadoe's account to allege that he had physically harmed her after the Instagram Live discussion with 6ix9ine.
Redd has been routinely mocking 6ix9ine in recent weeks. Over the weekend, he said that 6ix9ine should "pay homage" to him because he "wouldn't be shit" without his initial help. "I set the beef shit aside but I gave dude a name and he should be happy and showing me mad love, because without Trippie Redd he wouldn't have no Billboard hits," Redd said. Later, following a response from 6ix9ine, Redd claimed that he receives a "finder's fee" of 10 percent on all of 6ix9ine's releases.