Vic Mensa speaks on his beef with Tekashi 6ix9ine saying the whole thing was all a big misunderstanding.
Vic Mensa says he still wants to fight Tekashi 6ix9ine but only in the classic video game Street Fighter. Earlier this week, the Chicago rapper called out the controversial New York rapper for coming to his city and disrespecting artists like Chief Keef and others. Mensa also called out DJ Akademiks for promoting 6ix9ine beefs, telling him that he will put hands on him on sight.
It seems Vic Mensa don’t want the beef to get out of hand so he is now downplaying it. “That was all a big misunderstanding I was talking about playing me in street fighter,” he said in an interview. “You know I am just sensitive about the city man, you know Chicago is a city that has a lot of adversity and so I feel like it’s the duty of us that rep the city to protect it. You know am all about peace I was talking about video games. I think we have to put positive energy into the world you know what am saying and we definitely don’t want to see young rappers loosing their lives and things like that.”
Vic Mensa also insisted that Tekashi 6ix9ine got his style from Chicago and he needs to show the city more respect. “For the record, I never dissed 6ix9ine,” he said in a video posted on IG. “All I said is that he got his style from Chicago rappers, something he has admitted and that he needs to show our city some respect.”
Tekashi69 claps back telling Mensa to “s**k his d**k.” The “FEFE” rapper says all of the rappers in Chicago just got his name in their mouths and it’s all a plot for them to stay relevant.