Tekashi 6ix9ine emerged into the mainstream with controversies surrounding his name, which seemed to have played a role in his success. Most recently, the rapper's music video shoot with Nicki Minaj and Kanye West was shot up last week, reportedly costing his label $500K. While some people would think that the heightened possibilities of a shooting would make people a little scared to work with 6ix9ine, Fetty Wap isn't concerned.

TMZ recently caught up with Fetty Wap in Los Angeles where they asked him if he'd work with 6ix9ine again. The two rappers linked up on 6ix9ine's third Billboard charting single, "Keke" alongside A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Fetty explained that the shooting is something that would stop him from working with 6ix9ine in the future.

"Anybody should be able to work with anybody. Like, you just gotta be careful of your own surroundings, you can't really worry about nobody else," he said. "I don't know, I'd make music with him."

"I fuck with 6ix9ine," he said before adding that he isn't scared of any shootings on set. When the cameraman brought up Kanye fleeing from the music video set after the shooting in L.A., Fetty responded, "I ain't Kanye."

Fetty also chimed in on this week's feud with Bhad Bhabie and Iggy Azalea's feud. The rapper said that if he was in Iggy's position, he would "kill 'em with kindness."

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