Rappers 6ix9ine and Lil Reese got into a heated argument once again. This time, it was on Instagram Live. Twitter burst into memes and reactions after their argument. Here’s a look at the drama that unfolded.
6ix9ine and Lil Reese have been feuding for a long time. Looking at their recent live session, it does not seem like things are getting better any time soon. The two decided to go at each other once again on Instagram Live. Fans were left surprised with their recent argument. Here’s a look at the recent drama.
6ix9ine Lil Reese drama explored
Lil Reese and 6ix9ine decided to come together for an Instagram Live. The session became heated when 6ix9ine defended himself for dissing King Von in his song ‘Zaza.’ The argument continued and at one point Lil Reese showed his gun to 6ix9ine.
However, 6ix9ine did not seem bothered. In return, he decided to poke fun of the rapper as he reminded Lil Reese of the incident that took place in 2019. 6ix9ine questioned Lil Reese for failing to protect himself with the same confidence when he was attacked by two men years back.
At this point, Lil Reese’s friend decided to come in and told 6ix9ine that he was being “too disrespectful.” Despite this, 6ix9ine defended himself and said, “Hold on. So when y’all dissin’ Tooka, it’s not disrespectful?”
The argument ended with Lil Reese signing off. However, looking at how the live ended, the drama hints at continuing.
Twitter reacts to Lil Reese and 6ix9ine
Several users took to Twitter to react to the exchange between 6ix9ine and Lil Reese. Some even flooded Twitter with memes following their exchange.”6ix9ine looking for his security when Lil Reese and 600 Breezy pull up in him,” one joked. “6ix9ine asking Reese “Who’s the last person you dropped” on live,” another added.
One defended 6ix9ine as the comment read, “Lil reese and his friend were saying 6ix9ine is disrespectful and 6ix9ine actually made a good point he said so you ain’t disrespectful wen u say smoking on tooka pack n it’s true their calling him disrespectful for doing something that they do themselves.”