Despite the amount of public scrutiny he faced since his release from prison, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s been roaming around without security. It’s been a point of pride, especially after he was labeled as a snitch. However, the need for a bodyguard became evident on Tuesday when he was jumped at a gym in Florida. Since then, the rapper’s remained quiet. However, it sounds like his bodyguard is fed up with the narrative surrounding his client.
Per XXL, his security guard, Bam Bam issued lengthy statement on Instagram where he addressed a few things. For one, he made it seem as though 6ix9ine is doing well and was hardly injured during the melee. Still, it seems like his motive was to explain why his crew of security guards is the best in Miami. “First of all thanks for the free promo I need it but the whole city know how I move n if any of my guys put hands on somebody, they ain’t gone move, let alone go f*ck b*tches all vixens like 6ix9ine just did,” he wrote. However, then he accused the other individuals of having “pillow fists.”
6ix9ine Security Guard Speaks
After bashing the attackers, he clarified rumors that a man named Bullet Guzman, who many believed to be a suspect, had nothing to do with the matter. “Me n @bullet_guzman spoke he say it ain’t him watch the video n it ain’t him…N i don’t beat people up at LA Fitness, we do it for real,” he added. However, it seems like he hopes that the individuals who jumped 6ix9ine will step up and take up his challenge to fight him at once.
“So these guys in the video 3 n 4 counting camera guy,” he wrote. “4 vs 1 y’all weak ass bitches against me.” The wager? $10K or death. “You win I pay you $10,000 n if you lose you die,” he wrote. “There will be no ref… CLAIM IT GANGSTAS.” At this point, 6ix9ine hasn’t chimed in on the assault, though we expect that his security guard will likely be by his side when he shares his story. We’ll keep you posted if this fight ever goes down.