The polarizing artist reacted to Keef being involved in a shooting in New York, writing “No way…” The incident didn’t stop 6ix9ine’s trolling as he also shared videos of himself rapping along to Keef’s song “Faneto” and dancing to Trippie Redd’s “I Kill People” — a track featuring Keef and Tadoe.
During a livestream, 6ix9ine continued to brag about not being harmed within 48 hours and claimed nothing will ever happen. He noted he was a fan of Keef growing up but believes his new rival is all talk.
“These niggas not like that. Remember, save this fucking video … I just showed everybody, I just showed this whole world that these niggas is not like that. I grew up listening to Chief Keef, I ain’t gon’ lie. But I was knew … I’m like, ‘Bruh, when’s the last person these niggas shot? Who they rob? Who? When?”
6ix9ine’s attempts to provoke haven’t gone unnotice. Lil Reese, who the rainbow color-haired rhymer specifically called out along with Keef, has responded by issuing a challenge of his own.
“Come [to] Chicago,” Reese wrote on Instagram, along with the clown emoji.
6ix9ine was in Los Angeles when Keef was shot at in New York. The latter has since made his way to LA as well.