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The Tekashi 6ix9ine versus Lil Reese beef is showing no signs of dying down.

According to Chicago rappers Lil Reese and 600 Breezy, Tekashi may not live until the end of 2021. On Instagram Live, 6ix9ine got into a heated exchange of words with both artists. Footage of the broadcast shows that the controversial Brooklyn rapper is defending his disparaging comments against the late King Von, whose death was seemingly referenced in Tekashi’s rowdy new single, “ZAZA.”

Tekashi went on IG Live and said, “King Von should rest in p*ss. F*ck King Von.”

That outrageous statement caused rappers to flood Tekashi’s Instagram with public threats. Lil Reese called in and pulled a gun out and pointed it at 6ix9ine.

Then 600 Breezy went on Instagram Live and said,

You gonna die when I see you, respectfully. I’m not Meek, n*gga. And you gotta move around with security ’cause you a b*tch. You gotta move around with security ’cause you a hoe n*gga. Real street n*ggas don’t move with security guards. You gonna die n*gga. Your security guards better be strapped, all that. You police, fed-ass n*gga.

600 Breezy

Of course, 6ix9ine refused to back down and questioned why they were so upset with him speaking on the dead, when Von and Lil Durk had done the same to the late Tooka.

Hold on. So when y’all dissin’ Tooka, it’s not disrespectful? N*gga shitted on himself, wanna pull out a gun on IG Live…

Tekashi 6ix9ine

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