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.
“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."