Tekashi 6ix9ine comes for NLE Choppa's artistic integrity by calling him a rip-off of Youngboy Never Broke Again.
NLE Choppa has been trying to get away from the Youngboy Never Broke Again comparisons for the last couple of years but they keep on coming back. This time, Tekashi 6ix9ine was the one to dish them out.
Last night, both Tekashi 6ix9ine and NLE Choppa released new songs. 6ix9ine linked up with Nicki Minaj for their highly-anticipated single "Trollz." NLE Choppa also dropped what feels like the millionth version of his biggest hit, titled "Shotta Flow 5."
On Twitter, the Choppa took a slight dig at 6ix9ine and said that he better end up with more streams than "a [rat]." Well, as he often does, the rainbow-haired troll could not contain himself and he decided to come for the 17-year-old rapper's entire artistic integrity.
"This bum is a wanna be nba young boy," wrote Tekashi in the comments. Considering the fact that NLE Choppa has been chasing off those sorts of comments for his entire career, it can't be nice for 69 (and his legion of fans) to be making the same remark over and over again.
At this point, it's pretty safe to assume that "Trollz" will outsell "Shotta Flow 5," at least in the short term. Who knows, NLE Choppa might be sitting on a hit record but, for the time being, he should likely get comfortable coming second fiddle to two of the biggest artists in rap right now.