On Saturday afternoon, 6ix9ine dug up an old clip of Charlamagne tha God offering a bold statement on live radio: "If Tekashi 6ix9ine beats this case, I’ll suck his dick," he said on The Breakfast Club, referencing 6ix9ine's federal racketeering charges. "He don’t even have to ask me."
Wondering where Charlamagne stands now on this promise, 6ix9ine added a brief caption. "@cthagod I'll let you explain this," he wrote.
Like many of Tekashi's beefs, the drama was accelerated through hip-hop commenter Akademiks' Instagram after he reposted the clip.
G Herbo then came across the post and called out the fact that the 24-year-old rapper technically didn't beat his case. Instead, he accepted a plea deal and cooperated with authorities to help them convict several members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.
"Lol but he didn't beat it he told 😂," Herbo responded. "He plead guilty too😭."
6ix9ine quickly shot back with a totally uncalled for jab. "You have herpes is that correct?" he wrote, later adding, "Let's name a gherbo song that's platinum Akademiks post it I'll delete my gram."
Though G Herbo doesn't have a platinum plaque yet, he recently secured his first gold record with "PTSD" featuring Chance the Rapper, Lil Uzi Vert and the late Juice WRLD.
Always one to keep it real, Herbo didn't deny his missing platinum certification, but claimed to have went platinum "in the streets," which matters more than his standing on the charts.
"I went platinum in the streets somewhere you really wanna be but a never be able to go," he replied. "I got rich on my own, nobody never made me cool & stole from me lol you basically paid to be cool you @nickcannon 😂😂😂 be safe."
Lol at Nick Cannon getting hit with debris.
This isn't the first time 6ix9ine has gone after G Herbo.
As part of his effort to troll Chicago and its hometown heroes like Chief Keef and Lil Reese in 2018, 6ix9ine told Herbo to "succ my dick" on a couple of occasions, though Herbo took the high road and never responded.