Tekashi 6ix9ine's manager Wack 100 spoke on the video that 6ix9ine recently shot in Brooklyn without his security.
According to Wack, they tried to tell 6ix9ine he couldn't shoot the video. But he did and nobody did a thing about it.
"Them New York n*ggas ain't going to be too happy, bro. [6ix9ine] came in 20 deep with Bronx projects n*ggas. They shot the video at 4 PM in the afternoon," Wack said on Clubhouse. They said they n*ggas asked the day before not to do the video over there. They watched them do it. We in the projects and n*ggas ain't want no problems. I'm telling you y'all get ready it's coming ... And to add insult to injury [6ix9ine] had two million in cash and they didn't come get it."
Throughout the chat, Wack taunted everyone in New York for letting 6ix9ine do his thing.
"He did everything y'all said he wasn't doing, and I said he was doing, he just did it all in your face ... till you handle your business don't ask me sh*t."
Trying to work a city into a murderous frenzy against your artist seems like a strange strategy for a manager. But it's a strange new world.