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It seems 6ix9ine is convinced he and Nicki Minaj are immune to cancel culture.

Hours before releasing their collaborative track "Trollz," Nicki asked her fans whether or not she should appear on 6ix9ine's Instagram Live broadcast in support of the single: "Should I troll tonight wit this troll or nah? Should We go live tonight @ 11PM EST or nah?" she wrote.

Naturally, the post received mixed reactions, many of which were critical of Nicki's decision to collaborate with 6ix9ine after he snitched on his co-defendants in federal court. Shortly after Nicki's post was shared on The Shade Room's Instagram page, 6ix9ine hopped in the comments section in an attempt to put the haters in their place.

"Imagine trying to cancel the queen since 2014 and imagine canceling the king after he ratted and they still sell millions of records," he wrote. "Y'all made at something everday [sic] bye I said what I said."


Ever since "Trollz" was announced, Nicki has been slammed for continuing to co-sign Tekashi. 

But, of course, the Barbz were quick to come to Nicki's defense.

The "Trollz" track and official video drop at midnight.