Cyberbullying and trolling have been increasing like a trend. Strangers on social media are constantly attacking celebrities on and about their personal lives and choices. But this time one famous personality has offended another. Yes, I am talking about Lil Nas X’s and Tekashi 69’s feud over some offensive comments.
A few days back Tekashi commented on a post with the headline “China Makes COVID-19 Anal Swabs Mandatory For Foreigners.” He made a homophobic comment, “Lil Nas X entered the chat,”. This apparently triggered Lil Nas X and he took it on TikTok to slam back on this rainbow-colored hair rapper.
Lil Nas X Reaction
In response to the post, Lil Nas X highlighted the comment by addressing the situation. Moving along to one of his own songs, Lil Nas X tended to the comment by essentially inquiring.
“Yo,” written by 6ix9ine in October 2020. “Gonna be in ya city soon what you doing lol?” he composed in a message supposedly sent in February i.e last month. This concludes that the pot is calling the kettle black, which means criticizing someone for a fault that they have themselves.
Looks like Lil Nas X ain’t giving up soon. After his response to 6ix9ine on TikTok, Lil Nas clapped back at him on Twitter. He posted the same video there, with the caption, “This you?”
Did Tekashi 6ix9ine Attack Again?
After getting accused by Lil Nas X, Tekashi shared his Instagram profile with the audience. In the video, he appeared going through his and Lil Nas X’s profile to see their DM history, which appeared no messages. It’s worth indicating out that Instagram does permit clients to unsend messages, but 6ix9ine has claimed he never DMed Nas.
There is still no response from Nas to these new accusations. Although fans trolled Tekashi for his homophobic comments.
Jackée Harry simply tweeted, “Not Tekashi lookin’ for 6-9 inches.”
Another fan trolled Nas for being over-reactive on this situation. She tweeted, “The fact that Lil Nas X is being branded as an “industry plant” for being gay. Meanwhile, Teriyaki69 is a whole informant. & It’s crickets….. Homophobia is just..”
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