6ix9ine doesn't know how to take a break. 😅
Following his champagne-fueled celebration of going No. 1 on the Hot 100 for the first time with Nicki Minaj and "TROLLZ," 6ix9ine brought out a list of rappers who he wanted to "address."
Wearing a babyface filter, the 24-year-old proceeded to drag various top-tier names for having never earned a chart-topping track, including Future and Meek Mill as well as the "little guys in the game," who he believes are Lil Durk, G Herbo, Gucci Mane, Trippie Redd and "every New York rapper that's a male that's not old"
Quite the criteria on that last one. Lol.
"Let's start at the top," he says. "Future, you've been rapping for over a decade, if not close to a decade. You have many Drake features, my friend, and you never went number one. Mr. Meek Mills, since 2011, close to a decade. You never went number one either.
"The little boys, the little guys in the game. Lil Durk, pretty local, you never went number one sir. G Herbo, I don't think you entered the top 100, I could be wrong, though. Gucci Mane – nope, never been number one either, sir. Trippie Redd, we signed to the same label, never went number one. Every New York rapper that's a male that's not old, you never been number one."
Undoubtedly boosting his ego more, 6ix9ine shared the news that his comeback single "GOOBA," which sits at over 386 million views on YouTube as of press time, achieved a platinum certification from the RIAA.
Later, in a snippet of an Instagram Live interview between him and Akademiks, 6ix9ine yelled that nobody "can make fun of me" given his No. 1 status.
In the caption, he also echoed an earlier claim that he's "not gonna stop" posting all week, no matter how annoying.