Tekashi 6ix9ine says Meek Mill’s attorneys beat him with an injunction
Tekashi 6ix9ine is back in the news, though, to be completely fair, 6ix9ine has hardly ever left it. In the past few months, Mr. 6ix9ine appeared to be on a temporary slack, but there were occasional news of him.
Things started to accelerate when he released this new track, “ZAZA,” which came out around the same time as his confrontation with Gentle mill Outside a nightclub earlier this month. The near-argument was avoided due to the security teams of both parties.
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Now Tekashi is back in the headlines in full headlines, except this time he’s got a bombing claim about Meek Mill. According to the Tattle Tales rapper, Meek Mill’s attorneys reached out to him with an injunction. You can read the social media post where he makes this claim:
Regarding the rapper’s latest track, “ZAZA,” the music video reportedly included the clip from his confrontation with Meek Mill who was obviously a thorn in the side of Meek Mill, in addition to Vanessa Bryant’s claims that he was disrespectful to Kobe’s legend one of his bars.
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According to Hot New Hip Hop, Meek Mill is trying to get the artist to eliminate the video because he uses its likeness for profit and personal gain. Hernandez went on to say that the rapper wanted Philly to remove the video just because people were laughing at him.
Apparently, Meek and his lawyers managed to get Tekashi and his team to remove the video and it has not been listed on YouTube since then. However, he managed to get 29,000,000 views during his time on YouTube.
While the nature of Tekashi 6ix9ine can be talked about, it is certain that he knows how to add eyeballs to his music, but it’s hard to tell if this translates for real fans. Last year it was reported that Tekashi was having a hard time moving units from his last record, Tattle Tales, which did about 1/3 of what it should and moved 52,000 units in its first week.