6ix9ine has allegedly gotten into a scuffle with Anuel AA’s brother, although details of the incident remain scarce.
The video was shared by Akademiks on Instagram on Tuesday (February 7), but little was known about what started off the heated confrontation between 6ix9ine and the other individuals in the clip.
While neither party has responded to the video, Anuel AA took some serious heat in 2020 after continuing to maintain a friendship with the Brooklyn rapper following his cooperation with federal authorities earlier that year.
Footage of the alleged altercation can be seen below.
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Anuel AA had previously expressed support for 6ix9ine back in 2019, telling Complex News: “I got love for him. He just did that, so he [can] just stay on his side, and I stay on my side.”
This is just the latest bit of drama to befall the rainbow-haired rapper, who in January was tossed out of a Miami, Florida restaurant after he allegedly started passing around free bottles of booze to all the patrons.
Per Page Six, the “Trollz” rapper jumped behind the bar at El Tiesto Café on January 22 and grabbed bottles of tequila before going around and pouring liquor into everyone’s mouth. His friends were also allegedly dancing atop the bar despite being asked to get down.
While 6ix9ine and his entourage were escorted out, Page Six spotted him hugging the owner, with a source telling the outlet they were close friends and that 6ix9ine frequented the establishment “all the time.”
Regardless, a police officer reportedly arrived on the scene after 6ix9ine left the café in his multi-colored Rolls-Royce, although no arrests were made.
6ix9ine also raised eyebrows last month after he flexed $1 million in cash and dropped his location on social media.
“On my way to New York. I got a million dollars on me and on my mother I’m by myself here’s what the jet lady texted me I copy and pasted it,” he wrote in an Instagram post. “Arriving:6:45PM. Airport: signature flight. 1 Airport Rd, Morristown, NJ 07960. Well I’m with the kid who recorded this video but he’s like 5’4 140 solid I swear.”
The caption seemed to imply that anyone who wanted to confront the “FEFE” lyricist at the airport was free to do so. However, commenters warned him about how dangerous this was, including his friend Akademiks, who expressed it was a “bad idea.”
“Young man this is not good to post,” one concerned fan added. “People out here killing each other for a pack of cigarettes.” Another wrote: “He’s just gonna get himself in trouble, facts! One way or another… Good luck while that lasts.”
An Instagram user even accused 6ix9ine of making light of the recent string of rap murders, some of which were aided by intimate details being broadcast on social media.
“This is how these artist get gotten,” they wrote. “He shouldn’t be making light or humor of that. A lot of our Artist have ‘unalived’ in this fashion. Not funny.”