Tekashi 6ix9ine trolls Streamusic amid $2 million lawsuit, takes shot at Lil Durk in GIN video

aThe day before it was dropped Gene video on YoutubeAnd Tekashi 6ix9ine They took to social media to share his claim as King of New York despite a two-year hiatus from rap. The video, in which Tekashi counts $2 million in cash, comes amid a lawsuit filed Stremusik For the same amount, the artist allegedly stole them after saving two concerts.

Streamusic is an app that streams live shows and has 2 million dollars It fits in with the fillings that Tekashi bailed out at two concerts they had previously agreed to, but it never came to fruition. Music streaming service claims to have paid Tekashi 150 thousand dollars to perform two performances in Hollywood at December 2021Both were supposed to be streamed on the app.

The company says Tekashi never responded to it December When they wanted him to create promotions on Instagram. After both scheduled concerts blew up, both parties agreed on a new deal in Januarybut the same thing happened again.

Tekashi reportedly ignored seven messages from Streamusic in an effort to get him to honor the contract and ultimately did not give a single performance. In the midst of the lawsuit, it appears that Tekashi stole the company by counting $2 million in cash a day before the release of his music video.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Trolls Lil’ Dork

GIN’s music video has garnered nearly three million views on YouTube in less than 24 hours since it was posted. In the video, Tekashi takes a shot of the rapper night your turn“subliminal message” sneaks in 1:25 mark it as “4 iPhone SIM“Return king phonekilling.

Lil’ Dork, who was famous for rejecting Tekashi Drake’s “Laugh Now, Cry Later” Single for 2020 He said he wanted to avenge the murder of King Vaughn. In his song, Tekashi sings about your role not doing anything for his friend.

“You bitch, I know you wouldn’t steal for your girlfriend. I knew you wouldn’t ride next to your friend,” Tekashi Rap.