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6ix9ine denies being involved with the attempted shooting of Chief Keef

Tekashi 6ix9ine says he wasn't the one who tried to shoot fellow rapper Chief Keef.


Emily Treadgold


Chief Keef is on the hunt for 6ix9ine, but Tekashi says he had nothing to do with the attempted shooting on Keef.

 

Keef and Tadoe were shot at around 5 a.m. on Saturday outside the W Hotel in NYC. The random bullet missed the rappers and hit the side of the building.

 

Law enforcement told ABC 7 That they are still looking for the assailants and they don't have a motive, but fans think the constantly controversial 6ix9ine was behind the shooting. He's had a pretty highly publicised feud with (everyone) Tadoe recently. 

Hes a gangsta rapper. He promotes violence. So, I guess he has a lot of beef on the streets; I dont know who hes beefing with that wants to hurt him, but its definitely not me. Im actually a fan.

Tekashi denied the rumors and also said Keef's music was what led someone to attack him. In a TMZ Live interview, he said, "He's a gangsta rapper. He promotes violence. So, I guess he has a lot of beef on the streets; I don't know who he's beefing with that wants to hurt him, but it's definitely not me. I'm actually a fan." 

 

He added,  "I've never shot a gun in my life, to be honest with you." 

 

Though no one said Tekashi shot the gun, he was pretty dismissive about whether or not his fans were affected by the violence in the music.

 

He added, "I think my fans are not, like, pussy [...] You know what I'm saying? But my fans love craziness. You know what I'm saying? They don't wanna come to a J. Cole show."

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