Fetty Wap performs at Irving Plaza on January 20, 2018 in New York City.
There’s always some sort of drama surrounding Tekashi 6ix9ine. Although he insists that he doesn’t need to get into beef to sell records, he still continues to push buttons throughout the industry. Last night, he went on an Instagram tirade and called out Chief Keef, Lil Reese and all of GBE. His beef with Tadoe over Cuban Doll is well documented. However, it looks like he got into a confrontation with the crew of an artist that featured on Day69.
Tekashi 6ix9ine and Fetty Wap’s crew had a confrontation that resulted in gun fire, according to TMZ. Their sources say 6ix9ine and his clique were in a recording studio in L.A. on Wednesday evening to link up with Fetty Wap. However, Tekashi apparently never made it inside because Fetty’s crew prevented him from entering.
Afterwards, 6ix9ine and Fetty Wap’s crew had a confrontation. Eventually, things got so heated that someone pulled out a gun and let off a couple shots in the air. Witnesses then called the police but by the time authorities showed up, everyone had left the scene. Cops are looking for the culprit after they reportedly found shell casings
Strangely enough, they claim that Fetty Wap wasn’t in L.A. the night that it happened. And what’s even more weird is that the Tekashi and Fetty Wap’s crew have been posting up with each other on the ‘Gram since then, which might actually be the people he was hanging out with in the video of him calling out GBE.
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