6ix9ine has shared on YouTube the music video for the single “ZAZA” on February 19, 2021. The music video already has more than 25 million views on YouTube. The single is from his studio album TattleTales that was released last year.
The video shows him and a group of friends dancing while sporting a new look with a beard. In an Instagram post sharing the video, 6ix9ine seemed to call out to other rappers who despise him, "All these rappers have my name on their mouths, but when they're in real life they have all the excuses in the world," he wrote.
He also included the incident with Meek Mill in a video, writing: "It was at this moment that he knew that he had screwed up." 6ix9ine and Meek weren't exactly friends, but their relationship with each other turned beefy last year.
After exchanging tweets on social media, their problems finally manifested themselves offline last week when the two met in a parking lot on Valentine's weekend.
In a video posted by 6ix9ine on Twitter, the rapper can be heard repeatedly calling Meek a "queer."
He claimed that Meek has a security guard who is actually a police officer. Meek, for his part, said that he "waited for me outside the club." In a deleted Instagram post, he claimed that he spat at 6ix9ine. "We didn't cross paths, I was getting into my car and he had just got out," he said, "He tries to get something locked up."
With nothing more to say about this gossip, here is the new video of him “ZAZA” so you can take a look:
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