Tekashi 6ix9ine gets into fight at the MALL as trolls work him over online

The viral video showed the ‘Gooba’ hitmaker cursing and addressing the other person using the n-word


                            Tekashi 6ix9ine gets into fight at the MALL as trolls work him over online
Tekashi 6ix9ine got into a fight at the mall and the Internet is not surprised (Photo by Alex Bierens de Haan/Getty Images)

Tekashi 6ix9ine has time and again courted controversies with his comments on public figures and dissing people online without any reason but most recently the rapper got into an apparent physical altercation with another individual after his recent visit to the mall.

The video was shared widely on the Internet where we could see the ‘Gooba’ hitmaker cursing and addressing the other person repeatedly as ‘ni**a’. The 25-year-old getting into a scuffle soon became a hot gossip on the Internet as they slammed the rapper for walking in public spaces without any security. The New York rapper had recently made headlines for his beef against Blueface. Tekashi had also got into an argument with Lil Durk after the former made distasteful comments on the latter’s late rapper friend King Von.
 
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Tekashi 6ix9ine gets into fight at the mall

In the video that surfaced on the Internet, the rainbow-colored hair rapper can be seen getting away from a guy as we also spot a bunch of clothes lying on the floor at an unidentified store at the mall. The video with unstable footage also sees the rapper cursing the other person, supposedly a fan, as he tries to follow him inside the shop. Tekashi in the video loudly says, “Run back the camera” as he repeatedly shouts, “f**k this ni**a’ in the viral footage.

The altercation clip, however, does not show if the two got into a physical fight. Though Tekashi can be heard yelling that he hurt the attacker. The rapper also later addressed the issue which was reported by an Instagram page called BossyAddictTea. In the post, the page shared Tekashi speaking on the app Clubhouse where he stated that fans are clout chasing as he has been traveling without security. For the unversed, Tekashi dropped the security ever since he got out of jail in April 2020. He now usually travels freely despite people claiming that the rapper would not be able to show his face.

Speaking of physical fights, Tekashi had spoken about the same in an interview with the New York Times in 2020 where he had revealed how he got into physical altercations with Sara Molina, the mother of his first child, Saraiyah. “We did have physical fights. I admitted to all that.” He added that it is not okay to put your hands on a woman. In 2018, Tekashi was in news for apparently choking out a fan in Houston. He also made headlines when he got into a physical fight with another fan on stage during his concert in Russia in the same year.  



 



 

‘Why y’all give him views’, asks Twitter

Social media users who never shy away from slamming the controversial hip-hop artist, continued the ritual of slamming him yet again. One user claimed, “If it's not more than a verbal altercation, we don't care about any news relating to 6ix9ine.” Whereas, another shared, “Not taking anyone’s side but there’s a lot of times where he’s been seen with no security. hate him or love him he has proven that most people are all talk.”
 
One user added, “Dude knocked some shirts down and that kid working there at Macy’s is gonna have to clean that s**t up. Just so he could make a tough guy video. FOH.” While another posted, “Somebody from high school is holding the camera.” The next one tweeted, “He’s trying his best to come back but it ain’t working.” One trolled the rapper saying, “Both these losers pulled out their phones. THE GIRLS ARE FIGHTING!” And, another individual concluded, “Why yall give him views?”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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