6ix9ine’s reputation as a federal informant already proceeds him and according to 600Breezy, nothing has changed since the polarizing rap personality was released from prison last year.
Rap fans were recently privy to an online back-and-forth between the two rappers, which culminated with Breezy threatening to end 6ix9ine’s life. The Chicago native now claims he has a warrant out for his arrest after 6ix9ine allegedly reported him for making the threat.
“Dude put the police on me,” he wrote in a since-deleted tweet. “I been had a warrant for three weeks. leave buddy alone fr. It’s not a drill he is the feds.” When someone responded, “He gotta be talkin bout 6ix9ine,” Breezy replied, “1000%.”
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6ix9ine enraged Breezy last month when he (once again) disrespected the late King Von and his Only The Family label boss Lil Durk. During an Instagram Live argument with the “ZAZA” creator, Breezy called him a “ho” and promised him he’d be a “dead duck” soon.
“You gon’ die when I see you respectfully,” Breezy said at the time. “I’m not Meek, n-gga. And you gotta move around with security ’cause you bitch. You have security ’cause you a ho n-gga. Real n-ggas don’t move [with security]. You a bitch! You gon’ die n-gga. You gon’ die n-gga. Your security guards better be strapped, all that. You police, fed-ass n-gga. You fake ass, bitch ass, police ass n-gga. You a bitch ass n-gga.”
The rainbow-haired inciter infamously served as the federal government’s star witness in their case against Nine Trey Gangsta Blood members Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack and Anthony “Harv” Ellison. 6ix9ine took the witness stand in October 2019 and detailed the inner workings of the New York City gang, ensuring both Mack and Ellison went to prison. Due to 6ix9ine’s cooperation, he was granted a significantly reduced sentence and wound up serving roughly two years at the Queens Detention Facility.
In April 2020, the 24-year-old was granted a “compassionate release” from prison over COVID-19 concerns and served the remainder of his sentence on house arrest. Since then, he’s been relentlessly trolling several of his fellow rappers, including Meek Mill.
Most recently, he set his sights on Von again via Instagram, this time quoting a line from Pooh Shiesty’s single “Back In Blood.” One of the photos featured 6ix9ine wearing a King Von t-shirt with the caption, “IF A N-GGA KILLA AIN’T DEAD YOU SHOULDN’T WEAR NO RIP SHIRTS.”