Rick Ross Savagely Calls Out Tekashi 6ix9ine On New Meek Mill Song Following Arrest

30 November 2018, 10:08

Rick Ross took aim at the incarcerated rapper on 'What's Free'
Rick Ross took aim at the incarcerated rapper on 'What's Free'. Picture: Getty Images

The 42-year-old rapper fired shots at the 'DUMMY BOY' chart-topper's recent jail saga on his new collaboration with Meek Mill and Jay Z, 'What's Free', taken from Meek's new album 'Championships'.

Rick Ross threw some major shade at Tekashi 6ix9ine on his new song with Meek Mill and Jay Z, 'What's Free', taken from Meek's new album 'Championships'.

The 42-year-old rapper took aim at the Brooklynite following his recent arrest on RICO and racketeering charges. 6ix9ine is currently sitting in jail and is facing a life sentence for his alleged crimes.

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Ross takes centre stage on the track alongside Meek and Jay, and appears to directly reference 6ix9ine's situation:

"Screaming 'gang gang' now you wanna rap
Racketeering charges caught him on a tap
Lookin' for a bond lawyers wanna tax
Purple hair got them f****ts on your back
"

Listen to the track below.

This week, 6ix9ine pleaded not guilty after being arrested with two of his former Treyway affiliates on charges including conspiracy murder, armed robberies, shootings, drugs trafficking and more.

Meanwhile, Meek Mill has dropped his first album since leaving prison, 'Championships', which featured a star-studded roster of features including Cardi B, 21 Savage, Ella Mai and Future.

Drake also appears on the track 'Going Bad' after making amends with Meek following their highly publicised beef.

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