Tekashi 6ix9ine claims Meek Mill despatched him a stop and desist assertion !!

Following their viral confrontation last week, Tekashi 6ix9ine claims Meek Mill sent a cease and desist law to its attorneys.

“Meek Mill wrote a letter to my lawyers,” he wrote in an Instagram post. “He said we were bullying him.”

Then he wrote the post: “HOW DO YOU START SOMETHING YOU CANNOT FINISH ????? He wants to be removed from the video because people are laughing at him.”

Meek claimed Tekashi was waiting for him outside an Atlanta club in the confrontation posted online. 6ix9ine then used part of the discussion with Meek for its new video “ZAZA”.


6ix9ine also posted the letter.

Meek’s attorney, addressed to Create Music Group, Inc. Executive Vice President George Karalexis, has requested that the “ZAZA” video be removed immediately. The letter accuses the rapper of improperly and unlawfully exploited Meek’s resemblance for the commercial benefit of CMG without his permission or consent. “We demand that CMG immediately stop this use of our customers’ images and remove the video from all public platforms,” ​​the letter said in part.

The video has been removed.

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