Tekashi 6ix9ine Blames Chief Keef's Music For Shooting While Shading J. Cole
Tekashi 6ix9ine had a good two week window where his name wasn't involved with any active beefs. However, it didn't last long. Over the weekend, he reignited his beef with Chicago rappers, namely Chief Keef and GBE. Shortly after, Chief Keef was unsuccessfully shot at in New York City which prompted many to suspect that 6ix9ine was behind it. He's since denied it but now, he's blaming Keef for the incident itself.
During an interview with TMZ, 6ix9ine spoke on the ongoing feud with Chief Keef and other Chicago rappers. He tried to use Chief Keef's music as the reason for the shooting that happened on the weekend.
"I guess Chief Keef, he's a gangsta rapper. He promotes violence. I mean, I guess he has a lot beef on these streets. I don't know who he's beefing with that'll hurt him but it's definitely not me. I'm actually a fan," he said. He insisted that he wasn't involved in the shooting in any way and claimed that he's never shot a gun before.
He continues to explain that "people die everyday" where he's from and that gun violence isn't anything new. However, after Van Lathan asked Tekashi whether the energy he brings to shows might result in something negative happening. For some reason, Tekashi felt like it was a good time to bring J. Cole into this.
"I don't think my fans aren't pussy, you know what I'm sayin'?" he said, "My fans love craziness. They don't want to come to a J. Cole show, you know what I'm sayin'?"
Peep the full interview below.