TEKASHI 6ix9ine is being slammed for mocking King Von's death just hours after the 26-year-old rapper was shot and killed.
The Chicago native lost his life on Friday morning after a gunfight broke out near an Atlanta nightclub.
Blogger DJ Akademiks took to Instagram and suggested that rapper Lil Durk may have learned of his friend Von's death from fans while streaming on Instagram Live.
That is when Tekashi reacted in the comments section with a laughing emoji, essentially mocking the late star.
However, people were not happy at all by the 24-year-old's comment as they reacted quickly.
One fan wrote: "are you serious? while another added, "the energy you put out shall return to you tenfold."
Another user chimed in with: "bruh u wonder why nobody like you. Someone just died dude beef or not at least just keep ur mouth shut and laugh to ur self."
Von is said to have been involved in a fight between two groups of men outside the Monaco Hookah Lounge in downtown Atlanta when it led to shots being fired.
A total of six people were allegedly shot with three staying at the scene of the crime and the others leaving, but still ending up at the hospital.
Three of the six that were shot died from their wounds, including Von, however it is not known who killed him.
Tekashi is known for being controversial, as well as for feuding with Chicago-based rappers for much of his career, including Von and Durk.
According to Uproxx, Durk alleged that Tekashi's new management tried to pay him to participate in a fake "troll war" with the Gooba star as a form of promotion.
Tekashi – real name Daniel Hernandez – has also been in trouble with the law, including allegedly sexually abusing a girl at a party in 2015, when she was 13.
He would eventually take a plea deal, but was also sued by the victim.
In 2018, he was also arrested on racketeering, weapons, and drugs charges, pleading guilty to nine charges including conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery in February 2019.
Tekashi was given a two-year prison sentence after testifying for the prosecution.
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