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Once again, Hot 97 radio personality Ebro Darden has been caught in the lyrical crosshairs. This time, instead of being hit by a stray meant for Nicki Minaj, he's the sole target of serious troll 6ix9ine.
On Friday (Oct. 5), 6ix9ine let go of his highly teased track “Stoopid,” on which the Brooklyn native hits one of New York City’s radio legends with a pretty blunt (but hilarious) diss: “That n***a Ebro a bitch/Another old n***a on a young n***a dick.”
This prompted the popular DJ to step from behind the boards and to the mic, taking time on his show, Ebro in the Morning, to return fire with bars of his own. After some coaxing, Ebro channels his inner Lil Jon and playfully raps, “Clown hair you ain’t ready for war/You don’t want it with the old/Off the dome with the freestyle, you don’t want that/I come with the brrrrt-at ka-kat ka-kat.”
Although this recent exchange set the internet ablaze, the tension between these two first began in April. Ebro criticized 6ix9ine’s fans in a tweet, resulting in various trolls, like Hot 97 denying 6ix9ine entrance into Summer Jam. Ebro retweeted a bunch of fans after the freestyle.
In addition to Ebro, 6ix9ine also used “Stoopid” to reignite beef with another foe, Chief Keef. Mocking the flow of Keef’s trademark track “Faneto,” 6ix9ine disses the Glo Gang general and his deceased cousin, Blood Money.
“Shoutout my apes in the fuckin' zoo (Filayo)/Filayo, they gon' shoot,” he rapped “N***as killed your cousin, you want smoke, n***a? Glo n***a, rollin' up your cousin in a blunt, n***a.”
Amid these disses, it’s key to highlight that Bobby Shmurda, incarcerated since 2014, also drops a rare verse on “Stoopid.” This combined with the news that he may be released in 2020 only adds more anticipation to his eventual homecoming. Stream the collab below: