Tekashi 6ix9ine Shuts Down Rumors of Shootout With Fetty Wap’s Crew

Tekashi 6ix9ine wants the world to know that he did NOT get into a shootout with Fetty Wap’s crew.

Reports emerged this week that the “Gummo” rapper got into a confrontation with Fetty Wap’s crew that ended in shots being fired.

The story goes that Tekashi and his crew were at a recording studio in L.A. Wednesday night (May 30) to hang out with Fetty Wap, but Tekashi never made it past the front door because Fetty’s crew stopped Tekashi and his clique from entering.

An alleged confrontation between the two crews ensued, which eventually led to someone pulling out a gun and firing shots in the air. Police were called, but by the time they showed up, everyone had already left. Cops say they recovered shell casings from the scene and were looking for the shooter.

But according to Tekashi, none of that is true because he and Fetty Wap are “brothers.” In a now-deleted video he posted on Instagram, Tekashi hopped out of a black SUV and set the record straight about the rumored shootout.

“A lot of niggas saying that niggas shot at my man Fetty Wap, ain’t nobody shoot at Fetty Wap, that’s my brother, we don’t shoot at my friends,” Tekashi said.

He then announced that he’s still in L.A. and untouched before calling out GBE. “Still in f**kin L.A. man. A lot of n**gas, they big mad. I don’t believe they raps. Tell ’em to pull up, I’m out here man,” he said.

Tekashi wrote in the caption of the post, “TMZ I love y’all but that’s not true Fetty Wap MY brother. The clock still ticking…. I don’t believe y’all raps. Y’all gonna have to prove it I think niggas just take credit for other people’s gun.”

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Alleged Fight Between Tekashi 6ix9ine & Fetty Wap’s Crew Ends in Gunfire

Tekashi 6ix9ine always finds himself in the middle of some drama, and earlier this week, a confrontation between the “Gummo” rapper and Fetty Wap’s crew ended in gunfire, police said.

According to TMZ sources, 6ix9ine and his crew were at a recording studio in Los Angeles on Wednesday night (May 30) to work with Fetty Wap, but Tekashi apparently never made it inside because Fetty’s crew stopped Tekashi and co. from entering.

A confrontation between 6ix9ine and Fetty’s crew ensued, which eventually led to someone pulling out a gun and firing off a couple of shots in the air. Police were called, but by the time they showed up, everyone involved had fled the scene. Cops reportedly recovered shell casings from the scene and are now looking for the shooter.

Oddly enough, TMZ’s sources say that Fetty Wap wasn’t even in L.A. the night of the incident, and even more weird is the fact that Tekashi and Fetty’s crew have been hanging out since the shooting, posting photos and videos with each other on Instagram, TMZ claims.

6ix9ine linked up with Fetty Wap released a single together with A Boogie earlier this year called “KEKE.” The video dropped in January.

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