6ix9ine has found trouble once again after getting into an altercation with a fan during a televised baseball game in Miami, Florida.
During the World Baseball Classic quarterfinals game between Mexico and Puerto Rico on Friday (March 17), the rainbow-haired rapper was waving a Mexican flag toward the crowd which is representative of his heritage. While doing so, a number of fans stood up and flipped him off. From there, an unknown man launched a beer can in his direction.
After he was nearly struck by the can, 6ix9ine continued to wave the flag before an unknown man approached him which prompted him to stop. According to Marca, he was relocated by park officials after the incident took place.
Baseball Journalist Aram Leighton caught footage of the incident and said it took place because of people’s disdain for the 26-year-old rapper.
Check out footage of the incident below:
6ix9ine is in the building and waving a Mexico flag. A Puerto Rico fan wasn’t having it and threw a beer can right by his head pic.twitter.com/NfFn2fgGH2
— Aram Leighton (@AramLeighton8) March 18, 2023
6ix9ine (real name Daniel Hernandez) has been in the news for all the wrong reasons since the year began. In February, 6ix9ine crashed his Rolls-Royce Phantom in an unknown location.
A clip showed the rapper on the phone looking for a possible ride out from the frightening situation while surrounded by road assistance for his orange luxury sports car.
“Yo, baby, pull up on me real quick — I just crashed,” he can be heard saying to someone on the phone. “N-gga, I’ma send you my location. Damn, n-gga.”
During the same month, the “GUMMO” rapper was involved in an alleged altercation with rapper Anuel AA’s brother.
A video was shared by Akademiks on Instagram last month, but little was known about what sparked the heated confrontation between 6ix9ine and the other individuals in the clip.
While neither party has responded to the video, Anuel AA took some serious heat in 2020 after continuing to maintain a friendship with the Brooklyn rapper after he cooperated with federal authorities earlier that year.