MIAMI, FL – 6ix9ine has his sights set on reigniting another rap beef. After performing at Trillerfest over the weekend, Tekashi hopped on a call with DJ Akademiks while he was live streaming and took some shots at Yungeen Ace, who he claims was in attendance backstage but didn’t have anything to say when he walked by.

“You wanna know something about Yungeen Ace,” 6ix9ine began. “Yungeen Ace was at my show yesterday. Fuck all that. Yungeen Ace was at my show yesterday. Street rappers were at my show yesterday. If they want the static, I was there. He was at the show. He was backstage, he seen me and everything.”

Ace called cap on the situation claiming he never came face-to-face with the rainbow-haired rapper, writing to Instagram, “Mannn dis n-gga so cap bra wdf!”

 

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Akademiks then got to work and dug up some photos of the Jacksonville rapper indeed at Trillerfest on Saturday (May 1), but that still doesn’t mean he saw 6ix9ine.

 

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Ak continued to pepper 6ix9ine with questions about who he believed to be the most disrespectful rapper in the game. He answered with Quando Rondo, who performed his first in-person show since the murder of King Von last week in front of about 50 people at Georgia’s The Vibe Event.

6ix9ine Tells DJ Akademiks Why He Praises Quando Rondo As 'The Most Disrespectful' Rapper

“Disrespectful and really like that? I’d give it to Quando Rondo,” 6ix9ine responded. “Quando Rondo said it’s not about who got beat up, it’s about who got turned into ashes.”

He continued, “He’s out here in Atlanta, Georgia, the same place where his affiliate caught the murder doing shows. I don’t give a fuck if it was in front of five people. I don’t give a fuck if it was in front of one person. He showed up! And he’s alive right now to tell the story. He’s breathing.”

 

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