Las Vegas, NV

6ix9ine has been relatively quiet over the last couple of months, mostly staying off social media as he finishes his follow-up to 2020’s TattleTales. 

But on Saturday (September 25), the controversial rap figure showed up at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to watch the UFC 266 fight. As 6ix9ine made his entrance, he was greeted with taunts and insults by a few unruly people in the crowd who evidently aren’t his biggest fans.

One shouts, “Hey 6ix9ine, you a punk boy! You a pussy n-gga! You a bitch!” then throws a drink at him. 6ix9ine turns around and tosses a drink right back and the man replies, “I’ll beat the shit out of you punk boy! Bitch! You a straight ho 6ix9ine! You a straight ho!”

From there, 6ix9ine’s security detail whisks him away and he disappears into the crowd.

6ix9ine’s reputation took a serious hit when he agreed to cooperate with the federal government following his November 2019 arrest. Since then, he’s often referred to as a snitch or rat within the rap community.

But longtime music manager Wack 100 is apparently one of those people willing to collaborate with the ostracized rapper. Earlier this month, Wack 100 responded to an Instagram comment, revealing 6ix9ine is working on the new album and an upcoming tour.

“Never shut down,” he wrote. “Working on 69 album and tour NOW! I speak what I do cause I do wtf I wanna do. Now watch the movement.”

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Then speaking on Clubhouse, Wack said he’s plotting 6ix9ine’s next moves.

“It’s been about 30 or 45 days since I did the interview party on Clubhouse, right?” he said in the clip. “So in the last 45 days, I probably done set up $43 million of business and I ain’t seen the kid. I’m talking about big movies, European tours, renegotiated his album terms all through attorneys and email.

“Forty-five more days, shit’s gonna start being announced to drop and release, and I need him to keep talking about it to keep it hot. I just get my little 25 percent. I ain’t trippin’.”