Tekashi 6ix9ine took a sledgehammer to game. It's no wonder they're beginning to take notice. With five songs on the Billboard charts, the young, self-styled King Of New York has been enjoying his rising fame. While negativity tends to surround the rainbow haired rapper, 6ix9ine has managed to keep the positive vibes alive, at least to an extent. The rapper recently hit up the Dominican Republic, where he proceeded to hand out hundred dollar bills to the youth in an effort to make their lives a little easier. You've gotta respect that, regardless of how you feel on the man himself. Still, Tekashi is not one to take the disrespect without recourse; if you beef with him, sitting idly by is not a viable option.

During an extensive conversation with ThisIs50, the Day69 rapper covered a wide scope of topics, including his widely publicized beefs with YG and The Game. Despite the fact that one must generally respect the OGs, Tekashi's beefs with the West Coast veterans are unique as far as hip-hop feuds are concerned, especially given the age gap between parties. Still, that doesn't stop Tekashi from talking his shit, albeit in a more composed manner than usual.

"When was the last time YG had a record?" he asks. When someone chimes in with "Suu Whoop," Tekashi's brow furrows. "That's a record?" He proceeds to reiterate the question, clearly enjoying his undeniable Billboard success. It's no surprise to see why 50 Cent took such a liking to 6ix9ine; they're kindred spirits through and through. YG talk kicks off around the twenty-three minute mark, and 50 himself slides through for a cameo near the end.