The on-going feud between 6ix9ine and Meek Mill has underwent some bizarre developments in the past few days. 6ix9ine confronted Mill outside a club in Atlanta during Valentine’s weekend and the two had a scuffle.

The footage of this incident was included in the music video for 6ix9ine’s newest track – “Zaza”. 6ix9ine took to his Instagram to reveal that he has received a takedown notice for his music video by Meek Mill’s lawyers.

The series of post starts off with a text image which reads the following in full caps:



The next post included a scanned image of the letter sent to him by Meek Mill’s legal team. In the letter, Mill and his legal team demanded the takedown of the music video “expeditiously”. 6ix9ine called Mill a “b*tch” in the same post, adding fuel to the fire.

The letter also asserts that Creative Music Group (company responsible for the distribution and publishing of the video) has attempted to “unlawfully” exploit Meek Mill’s likeness for commercial profits.

[The video] inappropriately and unlawfully exploits Mr. [Robert] Williams’ likeness for CMG’s commercial benefit, without his authorization or consent. We demand that CMG immediately cease and desist from this exploitation of our client’s image and remove the video from all public platforms.

It seems like Tekashi 6ix9ine’s team has obliged to the demands made by Mill’s team since Zaza has reportedly been taken down from YouTube. However, it looks like the beef between the two megastars is far from over and if anything, this incident could make things worse.

Thank you to hiphopdx for the quotes.

Darshan Sheth

Darshan Sheth is a freelance news contributor from India. Darshan has been writing about pop-culture since 2016. Outside of news writing, Darshan has been working on building his career in mass media and film-making.

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