A new Tekashi 6ix9ine song, another new Tekashi controversy. The 24 year old is known for trolling his fellow rappers ahead of new content, but it seems like even last weeks beef with Meek Mill wasn’t enough to help latest single “ZaZa” make much of an impact upon release.
This weeks beef comes from a little closer to home. 69’s baby mother Sara Molina took to social media today to let fans of the rainbow haired rapper know that his antics and constant trolling has put a target on her and their 5 year old daughters back.
Taking to her Intagram live, Molina addressed her followers directly letting them know that while 69 may mention his daughter in songs and interviews, it is only to enhance his image and that he has nothing to do with her or her family.
“I’ve been harassed and threatened because of his actions,” she captioned the post. “I have every right to speak on the situation and protect my daughter and myself from [whatever] harm he might put us through with his wreckless beefs that he’s taking on and provoking with people he has no business playing with.”
In the video she went on to elaborate, stating that 69 is clearly on a mission and that she wants no parts. “At the end of the day, we can all see that he clearly is on a mission. I feel for purposes other than myself, as far as my family, my daughter, it needs to be spoken on. I dont know what he thinks his end result is gonna be” she said.
Molina claims people have been sending her messages threaten her daughter, and calling the toddler all types of disrespectful names. ” [To] the people that have the nerve to DM me, mention my child who is completely innocent. I have to sit here and basically see it happen. It’s more so sad, the reason my daughter is being called out of her name, something that is so disgusting. This beef shit should involve children or women.”
She let her viewers know that for the last 2 to 3 years she’s had no involvement with him, and that he is not in his daughters life. “He’s pretty non existent” she continued. “This aint nothing to play with.”