Vic Mensa has called out 6ix9ine for disrespecting his hometown of Chicago. A few months back, 6ix9ine posted an Instagram video where he can be seen strolling around the streets of Chicago, handing out food and money to locals. “We’re in f*****g Chicago, you know what I’m saying, we’re going to feed the homeless or whatever,” he said in the clip. “I got 15 burgers here. Giving back to the community, because other Chicago rappers don’t give back.”
6ix9ine’s antics were part of his ongoing beef with Chief Keef, and now Vic Mensa has entered the fold. When Mensa was asked about the Brookyln rapper’s actions in a recent interview with Real 92.3 LA, he called the move “goofy.” Saying 6ix9ine disrespected both Chief Keef and the city of Chicago on the whole. “When I saw him pretending to be riding around Chicago like he was on business…it’s like, ‘Yo look up the f*****g facts,’” the Chicago native said. “There’s whole Vine videos of every line Tekashi69 bit from Chicago rappers.”
“To come to Chicago, disrespecting the whole city like that because he got a beef with one person from the city, I felt like that was very goofy,” he continued.
The most recent example of 6ix9ine biting Chicago rappers’ flows can be found in his latest song “FEFE” featuring Nicki Minaj, where fans have pointed out that the first verse sounds oddly similar to Chicago rapper Valee’s feature verse on Z Money’s 2017 song “Two 16’s.”
DJ Akademiks decided to stir the pot, posting about Vic Mensa’s interview on his account, with 6ix9ine commenting on the Instagram post. “Vic mensa can sukk my dikk with his mother’s lips,” he wrote. He later changed his account to @6ix9ine.
#vicmensa found the subject of his next promo run #tekashi69 ..
Mensa quickly fired back, threatening both 6ix9ine and DJ Akademiks. He then later clarified, “Look, for the record, I never dissed 6ix9ine. All I said is that he got his style from Chicago rappers, something he has admitted, and that he needs to show our city some respect, so if he wants to talk about suck my dick and all that, fight me then, point blank, see me with these f*****g hands.” He continued, taking aim at DJ Akademiks, “And Akademiks, it’s on sight for when I see you.”
Hmmmm I wonder if @6ix9ine wanna see me in these mf hands tho? 👊🏽👊🏽 fuck all that security shit. & @akadmiks shut yo bitch ass up it’s on sight 4 u when I see u 😎
Vic Mensa concluded by posting an Instagram video in which he says, “F**k all that beef sh*t, I’m about positivity, peace, and the music over everything.” He then previewed a new song called “Metaphysical” that drops Friday.
for the ladies 💃🏽 #metaphysical friday
Watch the full interview with Real 92.3 LA below, with the 6ix9ine portion beginning around the 9:50 mark, and let us know what you think in the comments section.
In other music news, watch Joji’s new music video for “Head in the Clouds” right here.