Tekashi 6ix9ine, Meek Mill almost come to blows outside Atlanta club

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The long-simmering beef between Meek Mill and Tekashi 6ix9ine reached a boiling point Sunday morning, as the two rappers nearly came to blows in the parking lot of an Atlanta nightclub.

The rappers both posted footage they filmed of their vantage points of the altercation, in which the artists, surrounded by maskless entourages, lunged at each other while yelling lewd insults.

In one clip, Mill repeatedly hurled crude curse words at the agitated Bushwick rapper, while 6ix9ine accused the Philadelphia MC of having a cop in his security detail in another.

“STOP LETTING THESE RAPPERS LIE TO YOU! THEY TO TOUGH FOR SECURITY @meekmill RUNNING AROUND WITH POLICE,” 6ix9ine captioned a since-deleted Instagram post.

Meek said Tekashi was waiting for him outside the club, posting on Twitter: “We did not run into eachother I was getting in my car he just popped out ….we almost was smoking on that 69 pack for the love of a viral moment ….. he tryna get something locked up no cap lol”

The “Dreams and Nightmares” rapper said he spit on his rival after the ambush.

The two have been feuding on social media for months, after 6ix9ine took offense to a freestyle video Mills posted denouncing “snitches.”

Tekashi, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, served less than two years behind bars after he testified against his fellow gang members to avoid a lengthy prison sentence in connection with federal crimes, including murder conspiracy.

The 24-year-old rapper claimed he used the violent Nine Trey Bloods crew for “street credibility” while testifying against his alleged former associates, but the tattooed tattletale has been widely panned in the rap world for cooperating with the government.

Meek, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, has thrown shade at the “GOOBA” performer, tweeting “I hope that rat going live to apologize to the people he told on or the victim” as Tekashi was released to home confinement over coronavirus concerns last spring.

The Brooklyn rapper stuck back at the haters the next day, posting: “I want to apologize to my fans because you know what? It wasn’t worth it. If there is a street code and there’s something called ‘no loyalty’ and snitching and all that I get it. But, where was the loyalty when you were sleeping with my baby mother, Where was the loyalty when you were caught on the wiretap trying to kill me? Where was the loyalty when you tried to kidnap my mother? Where was the loyalty when you stole millions of dollars?”

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