6ix9ine & Meek Mill's Feud Explained: A Timeline

Upon his return to the spotlight, Tekashi 6ix9ine gladly entertained a new feud to feed the appetite for trolling in his life. With the palpable anticipation reaching a peak hours before 6ix9ine’s return to Instagram Live on Friday (May 8), Meek Mill had a few things he wanted to get off his chest when it came to the 24-year-old getting back in the rap game.

The frisky back-and-forth continued throughout the weekend, as 6ix9ine flexed about breaking Eminem‘s 24-hour YouTube record for views with “GOOBA,” which could debut atop the Billboard Hot 100 next week, while Meek didn’t back down in his mission to squash the “Gummo” rapper.

Even though this entertaining beef is most likely far from over, get caught up with our timeline below.

May 8 – Meek Mill calls 6ix9ine a “rat” and wants him to apologize to the families he hurt

On the heels of becoming a father for the second time just days prior, Meek Mill comes out firing on Friday morning (May 8) taking issue with how easy 6ix9ine has been able to weasel back into the hip-hop world following his case.

“I hope that rat going live to apologize to the people he told on or the victim. Y’all forgot that fast a ‘rat’ killed Nipsey [Hussle] he wasn’t suppose to be on the streets,” he writes. “Now you just an informant behind a keyboard tryna troll families you ruined so it’s not gone hit the same… and by the way, I’m doing this for my ‘sons’ so you won’t be around to impact their lives ever!”

May 8 – Meek Mill thinks “GOOBA” is trash

No matter what kind of numbers 6ix9ine’s comeback single does, you won’t find Meek Mill bumping it at home during his quarantine. The Philly rapper calls the track “super trash” and prompts his fans to go support artists who also dropped on Friday (May 8) like NAV and Lil Durk instead.

May 8 – 6ix9ine subliminally addresses Meek Mill on his IG Live

Simply put, nearly 18 months behind bars didn’t change 6ix9ine much at all. He’s still valuing materialistic items like his expensive watches, jewelry, and favors numbers over quality when it comes to his music. “You lived your whole life trying to be a real n—a, and try to s–t on a kid like me,” he seemingly responds to Meek. “For a rat to come home and do more numbers than you, I would be mad too. If a rat came home the way I came home and did more numbers than me, I would be mad. You have every reason to be mad.”

May 8 – Meek Mill wants to compare bank accounts with 6ix9ine

With Meek knowing his stats couldn’t compete with “GOOBA,” Mill is open to comparing bank accounts though, as Tekashi posted a photo flexing stacks of cash on his not-so-secret balcony, which eventually exposed his location to thousands of rabid fans. “I got wayyyyyyyyyyyy more money too don’t even bring that up,” Meek says. “I don’t do the internet numbers, we do the bank!”

May 10 – 6ix9ine breaks Eminem’s record for most views in 24 hours

There’s no denying that 6ix9ine is putting numbers on the boards. Tekashi broke Eminem’s previous YouTube record of 38.1 million views with “Killshot” when “GOOBA” compiled 43.5 million views in the rainbow-splattered video’s first full day out. 6ix9ine capitalizes on his accomplishment to throw a jab at Meek in the comments. “Somebody check on Meek, see if he’s okay,” he writes.

May 10 – Meek Mill says he’s gotta “crush” 6ix9ine “for the culture”

Meek Mill has made it his mission to “crush” 6ix9ine like he’s a virus trying to leach on and infect hip-hop’s mainstream. “I gotta crush you for the culture, you chump. How you sleep at night,” he says in a since-deleted tweet. “We control the culture, and I’ma set an example lol.” Meek brings up an example of another rapper-informant in Tommy Hill being killed upon coming home and also talks about how Nipsey’s alleged killer, Eric Holder, was a rumored snitch.

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