The beef between Trippie Redd and Tekashi 6ix9ine took a turn on Tuesday (May 8) when the former previewed a new diss track. The song — titled “I Kill People” — aligned Redd with Chief Keef and Tadoe, who has his own issues with 6ix9ine stemming from his relationship with Cuban Doll.
“I KILL PEOPLE ! Comment “1400GLO” Now… Album mode,” Redd wrote in an Instagram post featuring a clip of the diss. “@tadoe_dagloden1 @chieffkeeffsossa @ozmusiqe *THIS SONG IS STRICTLY ABOUT KILLING PEOPLE THATS IT DONT LET NO ONE TELL YOU DIFFERENTLY THESE THOTS TRIPPN NEED TO SWALLOW RAINBOW DICK AND BEAT IT I LIKE MAKING MEME SONGS CAUSE IM A KID*.”
Redd and the rainbow color-haired rapper’s feud resurfaced after the “Love Scars” artist said he made the career of 6ix9ine. He also claimed he receives a 10 percent finder’s fee for the DAY69 creator’s work.
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The diss track puts Redd in the camp of Tadoe, who got into a dispute with 6ix9ine over an Instagram Live chat with Cuban Doll. Tadoe learned of 6ix9ine’s conversation with his girlfriend and angrily declared “I kill people” in a Facetime conversation with the “GUMMO” MC.
Tadoe has since been accused of domestic violence after Cuban Doll allegedly uploaded a video of her bruised face to his Instagram account. She also issued a statement about the incident and shared her reaction to the “I Kill People” track on social media.
“Domestic violences is no joke !” she wrote in the caption to a longer message. “Y’all making one big joke out of this making songs & memes but what if it was your mother then what I guess y’all would laugh in her face & tell her she deserve everything that’s happening and for a 26yr old man to go and make a song with some younger kid just shows you there true colors.”
Her statement reads, “I’ve been scared to speak out on this situation but I refuse to continue to hurt in silence. This isn’t the first or second or third time that this has happened to me. It has been happening for a while and I never spoke about it publicly because I never want people to think that I’m weak. This is happening to other girls my age, publicly and I see them getting made fun of on social media when they really need help … No matter the circumstances, a man should NEVER hit a woman. I’ve decided to speak up today because I know I have a lot of young women looking up to me and I have to be a leader … I no longer have to hide what’s going on anymore and I won’t ever let it happen again.”
Read the statement in its entirety below.
Source: Hip Hop DX