Tekashi 6ix9ine continues to blast Lil Durk for the chart position of his latest song, despite the fact that it has underperformed its own release.
Tekashi 6ix9ine is still bickering about sales, even though, with the release of his latest album TattleTales, he performed abysmally according to his own expectations.
Although the attention of the public was at an all-time high when 6ix9ine was initially released from jail, helping him break an Instagram Live record and giving him some decent numbers on his first two single post-release albums, the buzz was worn off and the native of Brooklyn is now relegated to the street release of his album.
Since debuting on the Billboard 200 at # 4, 6ix9ine continues to come in for his competitors, including Lil Durk, because of their lack of sales, which at this stage is just amusing and redundant.
Lil Durk’s new single “The Sound” debuted this week at # 62 on the Billboard Hot 100 and, as predicted, 6ix9ine had some words about it, calling out the sales of the Chicago rapper and saying he’d need Drake to chart higher.
“Everybody in the industry posted this,” in regards to Durkio’s numbers. “This what happens when u don’t get drake.”
Now that its own profits proved to be … Not very good, you ‘d think Tekashi would stop going after someone else for their own misfortunes. It really doesn’t make much sense to blame someone relentlessly over something you can’t even pull off these days. Oh well, well …