6ix9ine shares the cease and desist letter that Meek Mill’s lawyers sent him following the release of his new song “ZAZA”.
Tekashi 6ix9ine came out of prison and originally focusing on just the music, but now it seems he is creeping back to his old ways of stirring up problems with other rappers. He went ahead to diss Lil Durk, the late King Von, and Meek Mill.
Meek and 6ix9ine bumped into each other at a nightclub in Florida which almost got physical. The fight was recorded from both sides and 6ix9ine used the footage in his new music video for “ZAZA”, his return single. That may pose an issue for him in the future.
The above content caused Meek Mill’s legal team to send Tekashi 6ix 9ine a “cease and desist” letter. 6ix9ine revealed this online stating, “HOW YOU START SOMETHING YOU CANT FINISH?????” asked the loud-mouthed rapper in his post. “HE WANT TO BE TAKEN OUT THE VIDEO BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE LAUGHING AT HIM.”
The request for the video removal from the internet is due to 6ix9ine using Meek Mill’s likeness for personal gain and profit. Create Music Group, Tekashi’s label, has Meek’s lawyers alleging the company is without the Philly rapper’s authorization or consent. They are asking for the video to be removed from all public platforms as a result.
The video was taken down from YouTube and made unlisted, so only people with the link can watch.
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