The longstanding beef between Tekashi 6ix9ine and Casanova finally comes to a close.
In a show of rap unity, longtime foes Tekashi 6ix9ine and Casanova have confirmed the end to their beef by appearing together in an Instagram video.
The video, filmed by Casanova, has him asking the camera to guess who he ran into on the street. The camera pans to none other than 6ix9ine, who throws up some gang signs and says something unintelligible into the camera. Casanova, finding the whole thing hilarious, is clearly having a good time, and acting very friendly with his former rival.
The beef between the two of them has quite a history, both on social media and in the streets. A picture of a rat, posted online by 6ix9ine, was widely thought to be referring to Casanova, and the two rappers came to a violent altercation at the Barclays Center during an Adrian Broner fight, where shots were fired during a confrontation between the two crews. Members of 6ix9ine's crew were also under investigation for allegedly firing shots at Casanova's crew during the filming of a music video.
This isn't the first word we've had that the two of them had set aside their differences. 6ix9ine's manager, Tr3yway had already stated that the two of them had squashed their beef during an Instagram live session. This video marks the first footage of them actually getting along. Now hopefully 6ix9ine can focus on ending some of his numerous other rap beefs, before he gets in trouble again.
Check out the video of Casanova and Tekashi 6ix9ine below.