Tekashi 6ix9ine & Meek Mill Exchange Words After Eminem's Record Is Broken

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Tekashi 6ix9ine asked somebody to check in on Meek Mill after he broke Eminem's YouTube record, and Meek responded.

Tekashi 6ix9ine has broken tons of records in the last three days. After coming back with his new single and video for "GOOBA," the rapper hopped on Instagram Live and shattered the previous attendance record, clocking in 2 million viewers during the session. Then, his new music video ended up defeating Eminem's "Killshot" as the hip-hop video with the most views in 24 hours. 

Despite 6ix9ine's popularity likely being at its highest point ever, Meek Mill is still disturbed that the general public is celebrating an admitted rat. He has been vocal about it all week and after 69 asked somebody to check on the Philly rapper, he snapped again.

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"Somebody check on meek... see if he's okay," wrote 6ix9ine after it was reported that he had broken Eminem's longstanding record.

Speaking on how Tekashi must now fear for his safety every time he leaves the house, Meek sent off some tweets before deleting them.

"The internet got a witness in witness protection living in a town house that can't even come outside saying check on me," wrote Meek. "I'm helping free people you putting family members behind bars... I gotta crush you for the culture you chump! How you sleep at night lol."

He continued by explaining why he's so pressed about 6ix9ine's recent success.

"We control the culture lol and ima set a example lol," he wrote. "Nip got killed by one of them I feel a way at heart nobody can change that! Go tuck in!"

Who are you siding with? Tekashi or Meek?

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<b>Managing Editor</b> <!--BR--> Alex Zidel began working at HotNewHipHop as a Staff Writer in February 2018 before becoming the Managing Editor in June 2019. <strong>Favorite Hip Hop Artists:</strong> Kid Cudi, Kanye West, Young Thug, Frank Ocean.