Footage of the incident soon appeared online, as both rappers took video of each other, with 6ix9ine clowning Meek for having security with him. According to the Source, the Brooklyn native posted a now-deleted video of the confrontation on Instagram, writing, “Stop letting these rappers lie to you! They to tough for security @meekmill running around with police.”
In the footage, you can see 6ix9ine pointing his phone at Meek and trying to charge toward the Philly artist, whose security team stopped Tekashi.
In a since-deleted post, Meek alleged that he spat on 6ix9ine before the cameras taped the incident. “The feds sent him to take me out wtf,” Meek said on IG. “[I] had to spit on him so he retreated lol he really waited outside the club for me. I thought I was dreaming wtf we almost smoked him lol he posed a lil threat popping up in the parking lot waiting for me.”
6ix9ine trashing Meek for having security is ironic since there is photo evidence of 6ix9ine being surrounded by his own security team often, including former law enforcement.
Meek’s issues with 6ix9ine stem from 2019, when Meek claimed he knew the rainbow-haired rapper was going to flip and become an informant. The beef between the two continued to build, with Meek continually dissing 6ix9ine and calling him out for being a rat for cooperating with federal investigators.
Tekashi has called out Meek for his hypocrisy due to associating with Roc Nation CEO Desiree Perez, who reportedly cooperated with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and received a probation sentence.
Meek later took to Twitter to explain what happened in a series of tweets, writing, “We did not run into eachother I was getting in my car he just popped out ….we almost was smoking on that 69 pack for the love of a viral moment ….. he tryna get something locked up no cap lol.”
After the altercation became a viral moment, legendary West Coast manager Wack 100 took to Instagram where he claimed Meek didn’t handle the situation properly.
“If your worried about the consequence of a beer stop beefing,” Wack 100 captioned an Instagram video in all-caps after claiming the “rat’s up 1” following the exchange.
“All you suckers and cowards making excuses, fuck that,” Wack said. “He rat’s up one. Microphones is zero. Rappers is zero. Everybody see what happened. This is real shit. All you n***as, your lyrics, the way you carry yourself, you pop that shit when the ball is in your court, but n***a when it’s go time, it’s go time.”
This prompted Meek to fire back at Wack. The two have had issues since Wack’s artist the Game went on the offensive against Meek. The Championships rapper decided to show that Wack is “really pussy” by exposing an audio message of him trying to keep the peace between the two camps.
“This is @wack100 talking behind his ‘blood homie’ back to me when he supposed to be smoke!” Meek captioned the now-deleted Instagram post. “Never believe this old manipulator. He really pussy and will have you crash to protect hisself… It’s sad you out here tryna mislead the youngins on the net… You run up on me if you wanna set a example!”
Meek almost posted an IG Stories update rapping along to a song preview that some think may include shots at 6ix9ine:
See more of Meek’s Twitter documentation of the incident below.