Tekashi 6ix9ine Proclaims Himself “King Of Europe” – Details + Video Here!
The self proclaimed “King of New York”, Tekashi 6ix9ine took to his Instagram social media page over the weekend to announce his new “King of Europe” title. While doing so he denounced his former King of New York title which he said 50 Cent, A Boogie and Don Q, can have. He also questioned A Boogie’s drip and captioned his post, “Lil ass boyzzzzz KING OF NEW YORK NOW KING OF THE WORLD.” Tekashi made the comments while he was in Europe for a show. He also took the time out to do some shopping and shoot a video for one of his upcoming singles.
Check out the post below which set it all off.
50 Cent who supported 6ix9ine early in his career wasted no time in responding with funny memes and videos while referring to 69 as his ‘son.’ Although, he didn’t attack 69 directly, his were side swipes. At one point, in a post by 50 Cent, 69 responded in the comment area “so I’m you son son.”
In another post by 50 Cent, 69 responded “Effen vodka way better that ciroc.
As the back and forth continued between 6ix9ine and 50 Cent it became more comedy than anything else. 69 mocked his career and referred to him as pops and 50 turned it around and referred to him as son. There hasn’t been any response yet from A Boogie who received the brunt of 69’s comment. In other A Boogie news, a video circulated this weekend showing the star being reportedly kicked out of a club in Philadelphia following an altercation. The promoter of the event alleges that A Boogie took $14,000 form him and didn’t perform nor did he refund the money.
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