Chief Keef Claims Someone Shot At Him Outside the W Hotel

Chief Keef and 6ix9ine have been feuding this week, so there’s a chance that the shooting could be related.

Chief Keef has claimed that someone shot at him in front of the W Hotel in New York around 5 a.m. on Saturday, per the New York Post.

However, the shooter missed, and hit a sign in front of the hotel, which is located at Broadway near West 47 Street. Cops are currently looking for two men who are linked to the shooting.

Keef and 6ix9ine have been feuding this week, so there’s a chance that the shooting could be related. In the beginning of June, Keef was featured on the Trippie Redd song “I Kill People,” alongside Tadoe. On the track, Tadoe takes a shot at 69 after the two had a recent exchange of words, where Tadoe apparently told 6ix9ine that he killed people. “Lose this number,” he told 6ix9ine during a social media-shared FaceTime chat. “I kill people!”

In a since-deleted Instagram post, 6ix9ine took some direct shots at Chief Keef and Lil Reese on Thursday, where 69 negated their street credibility.

In the first video, 69 shares that he isn’t afraid of Keef and Reese’s GBE crew. Seated next to him is his friend Cuban Doll, who, in May, alleged that she was assaulted by GBE affiliate Tadoe. “I don't give a fuck about what y'all niggas did three years ago, I don't think y'all understand what I was talking about in my last video,” 69 said the clip. “What y'all did four years ago, three years ago, live in y'all raps, y'all don't do. I know that personally.”

He continued, “What y'all gon' give me? 48 hours? 'Yo wait two months this shit gon' die.' Where? Where I'ma die? Fuck Chief Keef. Fuck Lil Reese. Fuck all them niggas. Fuck are y'all niggas talking about? Fuck are all y'all niggas talking 'bout,” he said, adding, “I bet y'all niggas [won't] pull up to New Jersey now. Jersey ain't even my city but my brothers out here, you heard me.”

6ix9ine began beefing with Tadoe last month, after Cuban Doll's allegations. Clearly 69 isn’t happy with that, even though he, himself, pleaded guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance back in 2015.

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