On a new record named “GINE,” Tekashi 6ix9ine continues his feud with Lil Durk by bringing up King Von’s death.
The song alludes to Lil Durk’s longtime collaborator and buddy King Von, who was shot and killed in 2020. In the second stanza, 6ix9ine mocks Lil Durk, chastising the OTF rapper for not seeking vengeance for King Von’s murder.
He raps, “You a b####, I knew you wouldn’t ride for your homie/I knew you wouldn’t ride by your doley/Your man got shot, you made a diss track/Go get a gun and get some get back/Your man got shot, he not coming back/Go get a gun and get some get back/Your man got shot, he not coming back/Go get a gun and get some get back/Your man got shot, he raps.
Despite the fact that 6ix9ine does not reference Lil Durk by name in “GINE,” the music video for the song makes it apparent who he is referring to. Around the 1:25 mark, a notice reading “Slide 4 Von” flashes briefly.
6ix9ine has been quiet on the music front for the past year, but “GINE” marks his return. The controversial rapper’s new single is his first since the release of “ZAZA” in February 2021.
Outside of music, 6ix9ine is now embroiled in a number of legal battles. Despite public assurances to the contrary, he recently told a judge that a legal litigation may bankrupt him. In a sworn affidavit, he stated, “Right now, I am fighting to make ends meet.” “I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to command the type of advances I received before my imprisonment.”