Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine remains a controversial figure in the Hip-Hop world as he seemingly has beef with pretty much every rapper known to man at this point in time. The rapper had been lying low for some time but he resurfaced a while ago and went back to his antics again. He has also been accused of some very peculiar things as well.

Everyone also wants a piece of the loudmouth Tekashi 6ix9ine and it’s not hard to understand why. For a long time, the likes of Blueface and Jake Paul have been mentioned when it comes to facing the rapper in a boxing match.

Now it seems 6ix9ine could be in for a huge payday should he decide to accept an offer to face off against his former manager Shotti’s son in a boxing match. The jailed music executive is offering to pay nearly $2 million as he believes his son can beat Tekashi 6ix9ine.

While speaking on DJ Akademik’s “Off the Record” podcast, Shotti made it clear he doesn’t like 6ix9ine and advised the rapper to stop looking to fight other hip-hop artists and to consider his son as his opponent.

“Tell that n*gga I got $1.5 million—he talking about he gonna knock n*ggas out, I got $1.5 million that my son will knock him out, clean. However he want it. Don’t go looking for Meek Mill or Lil Durk or none of them n*ggas. Tell him to holla at my son. We got this.”

We will have to wait and see if Tekashi 6ix9ine will decide to accept Shotti’s offer or not as a $1.5 million payday is certainly an enticing offer, to say the least. There are plenty of people who would love to get their hands on 69. We’ll have to see if he’s willing to step in the ring at all.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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