Blueface Accuses 6ix9ine of Playing Victim for Getting His Instagram Account Suspended Amid Feud
The ‘Respect My Cryppin’ rhymer also alleges that his rival ‘reported all [his posts] for bullying and deleted his skit’ just two days after they traded shots on social media.
AceShowbiz –Blueface has yet to end his beef with 6ix9ine. Just a few days after trading shots with the “GOOBA” spitter on social media, the “Respect My Cryppin” rhymer accused his rival of “playing victim” for getting his Instagram account suspended.
The 24-year-old hip-hop star lashed out against the New York native via Twitter on Sunday, July 11. “Pay close attention,” he declared. “He reported all my post for bullying and deleted his skit. Playing victim like he did in court. My IG be back up shortly.”
Not stopping there, Blueface continued to throw a jab at 6ix9ine in a follow-up tweet. “Mans came for me got his feelings hurt so he did what rats do an snitched,” he penned in the second post.
Blueface, real name Johnathan Jamall Michael Porter, has been attacking 6ix9ine since two days ago after the latter mocked his new head tattoo dedicated to his jeweler. After seeing the former’s new body art on Instagram, the 25-year-old commented, “He definitely owed them money for unpayed jewelry.”
Blueface was quick to fire back at 6ix9ine by sharing a video of the latter’s alleged homeless father. Alongside the footage, he wrote, “Stop talkin like you getting money bro you clearly don’t got it.” Blueface also put out a clip of 6ix9ine’s baby mama Sara Molina in which she accused him of not providing for their daughter.
The “Outside” spitter went on to unveil photos of Sara with her injured mouth and captioned it, “beat a female up but won’t even mention a fight with me clown s**t.” He further uploaded a video of the “TROLLZ” MC where he admitted to abusing Sara.
It remains unclear whether 6ix9ine, who was recently hit with a defamation lawsuit by Japanese tattoo artist Takashi Matsuba, indeed reported Blueface’s Instagram page. He, however, previously made it clear that he’s “done responding” to Bluface and preferred to stop feuding on social media.
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