In the newly released music video for “Bulletproof,” which appears on YG’s Stay Dangerous album, the rapper uses a 6ix9ine look-alike to showcase his distaste for the controversial New York City rapper.
The Austin Simkins-directed visual starts off with the faux 6ix9ine timidly walking through a prison.
And if the multi-colored hair and tattoos weren’t a good enough indicator that the look-alike is in fact supposed to represent 6ix9ine, an inmate later asks, “You’re that bitch-ass nigga 6ix9ine, huh?” The 6ix9ine stand-in is then assaulted in a prison cell by an inmate. The intro ends with the word “pedophile” and the image of a rainbow.
The pedophile mention, which YG has used in several verbal attacks, is in reference to Tekashi pleading guilty in 2015 to a charge of using a child in a sexual performance.
The musician is currently facing up to three years in prison and will appear in court again on October 2. The possible prison time comes after Tekashi did not fulfill the conditions he agreed to following his guilty plea in 2015.