6ix9ine is talking shit again.

On Wednesday night, the Brooklyn rapper posted a video in which he criticized YG for being irrelevant. The comments were in response to several on-air interviews in which the Compton rapper mentioned 6ix9ine’s name while promoting his Stay Dangerous album.

During an interview with Real 92.3’s Bootleg Kev and DJ Hed, YG was asked if there was still bad blood between him and the “Gummo” rapper. YG insisted he could care less.

“I ain't trippin’ off bruh. He a lil kid,” he said about the 22-year-old artist. “Yeah, he told y’all he a little kid already.”

On Wednesday, YG stopped by the Power 105.1 studio, where he was asked about suspected 6ix9ine diss in “Suu Whoop.” Many believe the song’s “F*ck the fake Bloods” and “I ain't with the pink-haired Blood shit” lines are directed at 6ix9ine. YG pretty much confirmed the rumors.

“I ain't come to Breakfast Club to talk about this n***a, but yeah it is in ‘Suu Whoop,’”

YG explained. “I said it and, yeah, that's how I feel, yeah. So what? Yeah, that little n***a was playing with too much of the real shit so I had to say something. It is what it is.”

Hours after The Breakfast Club interview aired, 6ix9ine clapped back at YG in the most predictable way: He compared their recent successes.

“I don’t know how more disrespectful can I get. YG, suck my fuckin’ dick, stupid,” 6ix9ine says in the video. “Your last single [‘BigBank’] before your album came out had four major artists on it. You had 2 Chainz, you had Big Sean, and you had Nicki Minaj. Yo, bro. You supposed to be blowing me out of the water.”

He continued: “How's my record doing better than your shit? You a whole bum out here. Stop going on radio stations tryin’ to promote your album mentioning my name […] You a big-ass dummy.”

6ix9ine then instructed someone off camera to play YG’s 2010 debut single “Toot and Boot It.” The rapper is seen dancing to the track before throwing additional shade: “This is your last hit […] This is the only reason I know you.”

Check out the clip below.

Shortly after 6ix9ine posted the video, YG reposted it to his own IG, writing: "CANT WAIT TILL WE MEET @6ix9ine."



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