YG is currently overseas bringing his Stay Dangerous Tour, set to resume stateside festivities in January, to fans in need. Naturally, a recent tour stop resulted in the mentioning of 6ix9ine, with whom YG has not seen eye-to-eye with for quite some time.

"I don't wish jail on nobody, you know what I'm saying?" YG is seen telling the crowd in footage from a stop in Sydney earlier this week. "That's a fucked up situation, that's a fucked up place. I don't wish jail on nobody but fuck 6ix9ine, n***a." 

 

#YG isn’t letting up on #Tekashi69

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Earlier this month, YG was hopping on a flight in Melbourne when someone apparently flashed a 6ix9ine t-shirt at him and his team. "Fuck you and 6ix9ine, little bitch," YG said in response to the gesture, as captured in footage that was shared by TMZ.

The Stay Dangerous Tour will return the States with stops in Seattle, Portland, Atlanta, San Francisco, and more starting in January. See the official blood-soaked tour flyer below.

 

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YG's album of the same name, marking the return of My Krazy Life collaborator DJ Mustard, dropped back in August and boasts the platinum-certified single "Big Bank" featuring 2 Chainz, Nicki Minaj, and Big Sean. "I went to the studio, Mustard played beats, we rapped, I didn't overthink shit," YG told Complex earlier this month of the Stay Dangerous sessions.

As for 6ix9ine, he was reportedly moved earlier this week to a federal facility commonly used to hold "neutral inmates."