In recent news, The Game, the rapper who’s most famous for his work in G-Unit, took to his Twitter account to point out the supposed tragedy of Pop Smoke being dead while Tekashi 6ix9ine remains alive.
As most know, Tekashi 6ix9ine has sullied his reputation in the hip-hop world by ratting out his contemporaries in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. Pop Smoke, on the other hand, reportedly never told the authorities what they wanted to hear, but he was killed earlier this year.
Either way, 6ix9ine always takes the opportunity to fire back at rappers who diss him on social media. Hot New Hip Hop picked up on a post from the performing artist this week in which he posed beside a giant statue of a rat.
6ix9ine just got out of house arrest, and with a security team that follows him everywhere he goes, the rapper has managed to go unscathed. Furthermore, fans of the “GOOBA” artist appear to have his back now more than ever.
On his account, Game wrote, “Pop Smoke dead but 69 alive. #GuessRatsOutLivingHumansNow.” Tekashi 6ix9ine later posted a tribute to Pop Smoke on his account, which many people online believe was a sly response to Game’s remarks.
As it was previously reported, last week, social media users accused Tekashi 6ix9ine of passive-aggressively firing shots at the rapper in a viral video. However, fans of 6ix9ine know he has hailed Pop Smoke repeatedly ever since he was released.
For instance, during an Instagram Live session with DJ Akademiks, 6ix9ine praised Pop Smoke for his New York City flow. 6ix9ine claimed Pop Smoke had a unique style that was endemic to the city. It was imitable.
Following Pop Smoke’s death, his estate released a posthumous record that went to number one on the Billboard charts. Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon was executive produced by 50 Cent and included features from many of his associates in the industry, including his close friend, Quavo, from Migos.
6ix9ine has released “GOOBA” and “TROLLZ” featuring Nicki Minaj, which both picked up a lot of steam on streaming platforms.