Beef alert: Blueface labels Tekashi 6ix9ine a ‘snitch’ after his Instagram is deleted again

The 24-year-old rapper reignited his beef with Tekashi 6ix9ine days after their Instagram feud over a tattoo

                            Beef alert: Blueface labels Tekashi 6ix9ine a ‘snitch’ after his Instagram is deleted again
Blueface called Tekashi 6ix9ine a 'sntich' and claimed he was playing victim (Photos by Marcus Ingram/Bob Levey/Getty Images)

Rapper Blueface, who is best known for the remix of his song ‘Thotiana’ with Cardi B and YG, was all over the news a few days ago when his Instagram got deleted for the second time this year.  And, it looks like the California native has someone to blame for. Blueface took to his Twitter account and took shots at rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine calling him a snitch for reporting his Instagram account.

The 24-year-old rapper blamed Tekashi 6ix9ine for the act days after their beef started on Instagram when the former went for a tattoo of the name of his favorite jeweler.  6ix9ine had posted a mean comment which led to a feud between the two. Well, the rainbow-colored hair rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine did not stop there and mocked him again on a different post. Blueface then apparently called him out for a boxing match while tagging 6ix9ine alongside a photo of injuries the rapper’s ex-flame Sara Molina allegedly sustained in an incident with him, as reported by Complex.
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Blueface labels Tekashi 6ix9ine a ‘snitch’

Taking to his Twitter account, Blueface slammed 6ix9ine citing him as the reason why his Instagram account got deleted. He first said, “Pay close attention he reported all my post for bullying Rat an deleted his skit playing victim like he did in court. IG be back up shortly.” Sharing another post, the rapper asserted, “Mans came for me got his feelings hurt so he did what rats do an snitched.”

This led to a new argument as 6ix9ine posted a comment on DJ Akademiks’ screenshot of Blueface’s tweets. According to DJ Akademiks Instagram, 6ix9ine commented, “He should tattoo Instagram on his head they might give it back to him. They just told me.” He did not stop there as he again posted a comment saying, “Ak stop posting me with this 🤡 I know you’re cool with the fight people who setting his fight up and HOPE I will ever give this man a career. I have 23 million followers he has 0. I have a net worth of 10 million his is 0. I have over 2 dozen platinum hits he has 1 song. You can’t compete where u don’t compare.”







How did the beef between Blueface and Tekashi 6ix9ine start?

It all started when Blueface shared a video of him getting a tattoo of his favorite jeweler on his head to which 6ix9ine trolled him by saying, “He definitely owed them money for unpayed [sic] jewelry,” adding, “NYC Luxury” comment along with crying-laughing emojis. Blueface then apparently replied in the comments using his unverified account, “You literally trying to [sic] hard to stay relevant”, as reported by Complex.

6ix9ine then did not let this go as he then trolled the rapper with a brief comedy sketch (now deleted) shared to Instagram with the caption, “One hit wonder problems”.  In the video, 6ix9ine can be seen checking out a chain when he asks how much it is to which the the jeweler replies, “Only 200. The ‘Gummo’ hitmaker then says, “You know what to do” while suggesting he doesn’t have the money indirectly dissing Blueface going for a tattoo. 6ix9ine then has his head pushed to the glass at the jewelers as someone writes “NYC Luxury” on the side of his head. According to Complex, Blueface saw the clip and reverted with a suggestion to fight 6ix9ine. “Beat a female up but won’t even mention a fight with me now that’s bitch ni**a problems”. Blueface also shared an old video clip where 6ix9ine can be seen admitting to assaulting a woman.

Rapper Blueface performs during Spotify's RapCaviar Live at Varsity Theater on April 5, 2019 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images for Spotify)