6ix9ine Posts Video of Lil Reese Getting Jumped

6ix9ine is back to taunting and provoking his fellow rappers, and Lil Reese is his latest target.

On Wednesday evening (Aug. 26), Tekashi announced the Sept. 4 release of his upcoming album Tattle Tales. The Brooklyn rapper shared the details of the effort in an Instagram video, where he claims he is in Chicago. Shortly after 6ix9ine told the details of the LP, he uploaded an old video of Lil Reese getting jumped by a supposed rival rapper in his hometown of the Chi, but it’s unclear what prompted him to do so.

“GO PRE ORDER THE ALBUM LINK IN MY BIO 🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈â€ŧī¸â€ŧī¸â€ŧī¸â€ŧī¸â€ŧī¸â€ŧī¸,” Tekashi captioned the 2019 video of Reese, which began circulating online months after the altercation actually took place. In the viral clip, Reese is seen being attacked and is also accused of defecating on himself.

Moments after 6ix9ine trolled Lil Reese by uploading the footage, Reese responded via his IG Story. “You got extorted then rat on yo whole crew bitch stop playin wit me lil nigga you whole pussy out here that same nigga got bullet holes for fuckin around I don’t trick,” the “Come Outside” rapper wrote.

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6ix9ine, however, refused to let up. In another IG post, he reenacted Lil Reese’s assault and also poked fun at the rapper supposedly defecating on his clothing. Tekashi can be seen shirtless, wearing a large diaper with a brown stain on the bottom.

Last June, Chicago rapper Skeezy bragged online about Reese’s assault, which he shared still images of via Instagram. A video, which Tekashi posted on his social media page, began circulating on the internet as well. Lil Reese admitted in a now-deleted tweeted that he was jumped.

“I got jump[ed] by like 5 niggas all that other shit tell them kill the lies. I got up still fighting ain’t no hoe [in] me bro. I’m dolo them niggas kno them hoe ass niggas snake me,” he wrote at the time.

6ix9ine and Lil Reese have exchanged words in the past. Reese is also a close friend of Chief Keef, whom Tekashi was allegedly involved in an attempted shooting at prior to his arrest for federal firearms and racketeering charges last year. Nonetheless, Reese has also called 6ix9ine a snitch for testifying while on trial.

Despite Tekashi and Reese’s past, it’s still unclear why 6ix9ine decided to resurface the video of the Chicago rapper’s assault on social media today.

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