Meek Mill, Tekashi 6ix9ine shout at each other outside Atlanta club

The rappers have been beefing since 2019.

Meek Mill and Tekashi 6ix9ine spent their Valentine’s Day getting into a shouting match outside a club in Atlanta.

The rappers, who have been beefing since 2019, were recorded on early Sunday morning hurling insults at each other in a parking lot near an Atlanta club. In the footage obtained by TMZ, Meek and 6ix9ine started getting into a verbal argument after they bumped into each other while leaving the location. It is currently unclear what caused the heated exchange, though in the clips, the Brooklyn rapper was heard accusing the Philly emcee of working with the authorities.


Shortly after their public confrontation, Meek took to social media to explain the standoff from his perspective. According to the rapper, 6ix9ine had waited for him outside the club. “The feds sent him to take me out wtf,” Meek wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post. “[I] had to spit on him so he retreated lol he really waited outside the club for me. I thought I was dreaming wtf we almost smoked him lol he posed a lil threat popping up in the parking lot waiting for me.”

In a series of tweets, Meek continued: “69 waited out side the club for me they tryna get usssssss wtf. We did not run into eachother I was getting in my car he just popped out ….we almost was smoking on that 69 pack for the love of a viral moment ….. he tryna get something locked up no cap lol.”


“Why did he pick meeeee wtf lol,” Meek added.

Meanwhile, 6ix9ine warned in a now-deleted Instagram post to “stop letting these rappers lie to you! They to tough for security @meekmill running around with police,” per Consequence of Sound.

The rappers have been beefing since 2019, after Meek called 6ix9ine a rat for cooperating with the authorities during their investigation of 6ix9ine’s former gang, the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. At the time, 6ix9ine had agreed to testify against his ex-associates in order to lighten his 47-year prison sentence, after being indicted on firearms and racketeering conspiracy charges.

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