By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Tekashi 6ix9ine postponed the release of his new “Trollz” single today due to what’s currently happening in America with its police brutality issues. Some artists are putting out songs dedicated to these times though such as Trey Songz’s “2020 Riots: How Many Times” and Meek Mill’s new “Other Side of America.'”
Meek has had issues with 6ix9ine since 6ix9une got out of prison last month. This is due to the Brooklyn rapper snitching on the Nine Trey Bloods last fall. Now, 6ix9ine is taking the chance to come after Meek on social media as he’s mad that Meek dropped new music during what’s happening in the country even though it’s bringing awareness.
6ix9ine took to Instagram to call Meek a “wannabe Martin Luther King” and wonders why he isn’t out protesting like Kanye West is. He also believes that Meek is trying to capitalize off of what’s happening with the release of this song. Meek has always been very vocal about social injustices in this country such as racism and police brutality. This record is more evidence of that. 6ix9ine needs to relax because he’s doing more trolling and not focusing on the issues in America. He himself said that he can’t speak on them since he’s still on house arrest.
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