6IX9INE once again caused controversy yesterday by directly calling out former affiliate Trippie Redd for making a song with Glo Gang’s Tadoe and Chief Keef after the recent allegations that Cuban Doll was domestically abused by Tadoe.
He alleged Trippie was attempting to “capitalize from domestic violence” by making the new song named ‘I Kill People’ with Tadoe and Sosa. He called the Glo Gang frontman and his cousin “washed up” and said they were attempting to “bring back” their careers off of a “girl getting beat”.
Trippie Responded late yesterday with an Instagram Live broadcast where he addressed numerous issues with 6IX9INE. He said he had nothing to do with the Tadoe/Cuban Doll situation and accused 6iX9INE of attempting to get him involved in something he has not “said [anything] about’.
Tadoe is yet to comment on 6IX9INE’s comments but spoke about the situation in an earlier Instagram Live broadcast. He alleged people were attempting to ‘scandalize’ his name and said “all these rappers” look up to him and the rest of Glo Gang.
Cuban Doll broke her silence after her accusations about Tadoe with an Instagram post, in which she spoke about domestic violence and other young girls in her position, as well as indirectly attacking Glo Gang for making a song with Trippie Redd.
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