6ix9ine Reflects on His 'Trolling' Following XXXTentacion's Death

6ix9ine took to IG to share his thoughts in the aftermath of the fatal shooting of XXXTentacion.

6ix9ine performs at FREQ NYC.

NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 30: 6ix9ine performs at FREQ NYC on December 30, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

6ix9ine performs at FREQ NYC.

Following news that XXXTentacion was shot and killed on Monday in Deerfield Beach, Florida, 6ix9ine took to his Instagram to offer second thoughts about trolling (which he's openly participated in in the past).

"I'm just thinking sometimes I do too much trolling," he says in the posted clip. "And tomorrow's not promised and I feel like someone might get the wrong image of me. You could be here today and gone tomorrow." He then went on to say the late rapper was always good to him while also giving him advice about his music. The rapper also speculated that there are probably many people out there looking to "kill me" while saying he has been taking his life for granted.

Watch him for yourself below:

On Monday afternoon, XXXTentacion (real name Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy) was reportedly shot and killed by a gunman who ran up to his vehicle while he was shopping for motorcycles. He was rushed to a hospital afterwards, though witnesses say he had no pulse. The 20-year-old's death was confirmed shortly afterward by the Broward Country Sheriff's Department:

#BreakingNews The adult male that was taken to the hospital has been pronounced dead.

— Broward Sheriff (@browardsheriff) June 18, 2018

The adult male victim has been confirmed as 20 year old Jahseh Onfroy aka rapper #XXXTentacion.

— Broward Sheriff (@browardsheriff) June 18, 2018

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