Tekashi 6ix9ine challenges Meek Mill to a fight amid ongoing feud

Miller MobleyTekashi 6ix9ine is challenging Meek Mill to a fight. 

The challenge came in the form of an Instagram post on Monday that the rainbow-haired rapper captioned, “TELL @MEEKMILL COME FIGHT ME 1 V 1… THE ‘STREETS’ VS THE REAL LIFE.”

Tekashi also took a dig at the Philadelphia-native, claiming to have more money than him and showed off his expensive jewelry and fleet of luxury cars — which included Lamborghinis and Bentleys. 

“I DONT DO NOTHING FOR FREE & I GOT MORE MONEY THEN THIS BOZO AND HE BEEN RAPPING FOR 10 YEARS,” he bragged in the caption. “WE ARE NOT ON THE SAME LEVEL BOZO.”

Tekashi’s challenge comes amid their long-standing feud and just three weeks after the rappers exchanged verbal blows in a Miami restaurant parking lot on Valentine’s Day. 

The duo have been feuding since last May, when Meek posted a freestyle video calling out “snitches.”

Tekashi was released last April after serving less than two years on several charges, including conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery, after he testified against fellow gang members.

By Danielle Long
Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

By ABC Audio on March 9, 2021

Miller MobleyTekashi 6ix9ine is challenging Meek Mill to a fight. 

The challenge came in the form of an Instagram post on Monday that the rainbow-haired rapper captioned, "TELL @MEEKMILL COME FIGHT ME 1 V 1... THE 'STREETS' VS THE REAL LIFE."

Tekashi also took a dig at the Philadelphia-native, claiming to have more money than him and showed off his expensive jewelry and fleet of luxury cars -- which included Lamborghinis and Bentleys. 

"I DONT DO NOTHING FOR FREE & I GOT MORE MONEY THEN THIS BOZO AND HE BEEN RAPPING FOR 10 YEARS," he bragged in the caption. "WE ARE NOT ON THE SAME LEVEL BOZO."

Tekashi's challenge comes amid their long-standing feud and just three weeks after the rappers exchanged verbal blows in a Miami restaurant parking lot on Valentine's Day. 

The duo have been feuding since last May, when Meek posted a freestyle video calling out "snitches."

Tekashi was released last April after serving less than two years on several charges, including conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery, after he testified against fellow gang members.

By Danielle Long
Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

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