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6ix9ine Shames Young Chop For Studying Music In College

Young Chop arrived in New York Wednesday, just a few hours after the "Fefe" rapper's comments. 

It's pretty unorthodox to shame someone expanding their talents through higher learning but it's 2018 so here we are. In Chapter Fifty-Eleven of the draining saga of 6ix9ine versus everyone in Chicago, the "Fefe" rapper has gone after producer-rapper Young Chop.

In an attempt to clown Chop Tuesday (Sept. 25), Tekashi pointed to his education. “Somebody tell Young Chop’s fat a** to get in here,” 69 said in an Instagram Live session with friends. “Yo, Young Chop get a band. Stupid a** n***a went to college to make beats. He big brave. Son is stupid.”

Chop, known for his work with Chief Keef, began making beats at the age of 11 and towards the end of his teens crafted Keef's breakout hit, "Don't Like." He's also gone on to create his own label Chop Squad Records, releasing his debut project Still in 2014.

Chop struck gold a few times as he continued to work with Chicago allies like the late Fredo Santana, Lil Reese and Lil Durk. He's also worked with big names in the game like Big Sean, Gucci Mane, Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa.

6ix9ine, on the other hand, failed to pass his GED test in January which was a stipulation during his sexual misconduct case.


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READ MORE: Young Chop Discusses His New Album, Industry Fakes, Making Chief Keef Redo Verses

Chop has shared his own views about education, telling VladTV in 2014 why dropping out of high school ended up being a blessing for his family. "School really taught me a lot of sh*t, though,” he said. “But as I got older, like 18, I was like, ‘This sh*t irritating. Why I’m still at this sh*t? That sh*t ain’t for me.’ Then, at the time, I was getting hot, too. Money started coming in.” He's never stated publically if finished or attended college.

It's also not known if Chop heard the Brooklyn rapper's comments but he did land in New York just a few hours after the comments hit social media.


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6ix9ine's quarrels with Chicago creatives started this summer following his brief relationship with rapper Cuban Doll. After it was reported Doll was assaulted by Keef affiliate Tadoe, 6ix9ine called the rapper out leading to a war of words with Keef and Lil Reese. Complex notes Chop subtly commented on the beef, calling 6ix9ine a “goofy a**."

READ MORE: A Timeline Of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Controversial Moments

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“The name's Don, And they don't call me that for nothing," Stef spits on the track. "Fear ain't in my blood, I ain't scared of nothing, I take the trash out."

Fans have reportedly been clamoring for a remix to the song with Cardi B and Lil Kim, after Mimi's appearance on Watch What Happens Live last year hinted that she'd love collaborate with the two. However, the British-Jamaican rapper was the perfect addition to the track.

"Sorry no Kim, missy or Cardi im sure they all would have sounded Amazinggg on it! But this time its me aka DON!!!" tweeted Stef in response to fans.

Caution was released to rave reviews in late-2018, and Carey announced a tour to accompany it before the LP's highly-anticipated drop. The video for the song was released last week, and provided the Lambily with looks from their Queen.

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Sorry no Kim, missy or Cardi im sure they all would have sounded Amazinggg on it! But this time its me aka DON!!! ( oh and say that last line in my voice, it sounds better 😘) https://t.co/Va6N49ngCr

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Anderson .Paak Prepares 'Ventura' Album Release With New Single "King James"

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"King James" takes jazz-funk inspirations to a new level with the sounds of a smooth saxophone, which opens the smile-provoking 808 beat that rides under the Grammy-winning musician's voice. Covering a myriad of important topics like the looming border wall construction and black empowerment, the 33-year-old gives a shout out to LeBron James' contributions to the African American community and the NFL-kneeling movement started by Colin Kaepernick.

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