Ebro shared Apple Music's top-streaming records, thus casting doubt on 6ix9ine.
6ix9ine hasn't missed a beat, when it comes to his trolling duties post-prison. The rapper has filled the role with glee, as he targets any and everyone in various videos and IG comments, thus furthering his mission to remain in the public spotlight and be a constant hip-hop agitator.
Just yesterday he did exactly this, when he shared a video where he called out a who's who of current rappers-- Future, Meek Mill, Gucci Mane and more. He's also encouraged one-on-one beef with the likes of YK Osiris, and essentially anyone who attempts to question the success of his new singles, "GOOBA" and "TROLLZ" with Nicki Minaj.
While the former single just went platinum, 6ix9ine has been on a mission to prove the streaming numbers of "TROLLZ" are real. He's called out whole streaming platforms like Apple Music and Spotify, and equally exposed Cardi B's fanbase for allegedly trying to suppress "TROLLZ" streams. In another post, he called out Ebro Darden, Hot 97 radio host and Apple Music curator, alleging he denied "TROLLZ" from radio play, yet the single still managed a #1.
Well, Ebro has issued a subtle response to all of this, which fans are recognizing in his comment section. The New York personality shared a quick screenshot of Apple Music's top 10 songs in the world according to streaming numbers -- and "TROLLZ" is nowhere to be found.
"This biggest songs in the world based on streams in @applemusic," he wrote on the photo.
Some users in his comment section are calling him a hater, while others are calling for 6ix9ine, and others yet are simply posting the clown face emoji.
Check it out below.