6ix9ine Drags 50 Cent for Claiming He Wouldn't Work With Him

Mahlik Campbell

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HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 30: 50 Cent attends the 50 Cent Walk Of Fame Ceremony on January 30, 2020 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images for STARZ)

6ix9ine had some words for 50 Cent after the latter said that he wouldn’t want to collaborate with the controversial rapper, though he understands why he snitched. 😅

“I wouldn’t work with him. What it is, is it’s just against the way I grew up,” 50 said in a Thursday interview with Big Boy. “Remember I told you I understood why he did what he did?”

He continued, “When you say he’s not a gang member or he’s not this kinda guy, but you slept with his baby’s mother and you gonna do something to his mother – tell any traditional kid, tell the actual consumers of music in middle America that’s gonna buy the actual CD, that hits the button – tell them that somebody slept with my girlfriend and had intentions of hurting my mom. And you want me to do 40 years for them?”

50 also said that he expects other artists to eventually start working with 6ix9ine once he starts selling records again.

Shortly after, 6ix9ine came across a post from The Shade Room highlighting 50’s revelation and shot back in the comments section. “Won't be the first time 50 abandons his son...... 😒 lemme just mind my business,” he wrote, referencing 50’s poor relationship with his biological son Marquise Jackson.

Previously, 50 said that he'd rather take care of 6ix9ine over Jackson in an early April Instagram Live session. "He better than Marquise, though. I’ll take him before I take my actual biological son. Fuck that n***a," he said. Bro. 😂

Besides stirring up issues with Tekashi, 50 Cent also made headlines by releasing the video for Chief Keef’s “Hate Bein’ Sober” over seven years after filming.

Back in 2012, Keef didn't show for the video shoot, leaving 50 and Wiz Khalifa out in the desert with an entire film crew.

In a since-deleted tweet, 50 addressed the Chicago rapper's absence: "@chiefkeef didn't show up to his own video. I never saw anything like this on the first song." He added, "Its not funny @ChiefKeef didn't sell any records yet, they will pull the plug on him.SMSAUDIO."

According to his manager Rovan "Dro" Manuel, who spoke to HotNewHipHop in 2013, miscommunication around flights was to blame for Keef missing the video.

Instead of sending everyone home, though, 50 and Wiz decided to hop in some dune buggies and shoot the video without Keef. Looks like he missed out on a pretty fun time, tbh.