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YG's Car Slams Into A House, Tekashi 6ix9ine Trolls Him After Crash

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There's no line Tekashi 6ix9ine won't cross. 

Hours after YG's Uber slammed into someone's front yard, the "FEFE" rapper took the opportunity to troll his rap nemesis. "I was chasing him," 6ix9ine commented on an Instagram post detailing YG's crash. "He Got Scared."

According to TMZ, YG was in the backseat when his Uber-driven Chevy Suburban ran into a front yard in San Fernando Valley. While a video showed YG walking around after the accident, the scene looked pretty serious.

It seems YG and 6ix9ine's feud was reignited after the rainbow-haired rapper got into an altercation with YG's artist Slim 400 at ComplexCon over the weekend. As fans know, the rappers were embroiled in quite the rap beef back in August after YG addressed his song "Su Whoop," where he raps "F**k all the fake Bloods," while appearing on The Breakfast Club. Many have claimed that the “I ain't with the pink-haired Blood s*it” lines on the track are directed at 6ix9ine, which YG didn't deny. "I ain't come to The Breakfast Club to talk about this n**ga. It is in 'Su Whoop' and yeah, that's how I feel — so what? The little n**ga was playing with too much of the real shit and I had to say something," YG said at the time. "It is what it is. n**gas know what's up, but I don't like all that sh*t."

The "FEFE" rapper then responded by posting a rant mocking YG for the sales of his single "Big Bank." "YG, suck my f**kin' di*k, stupid. Your last single before your album came out had four major artists on there. You had 2 Chainz, you had Nicki Minaj and you had Big Sean. How's my record doing better than your sh*t? You a whole bum out here," he said. "Stop going on radio stations tryna promote your album mentioning my name."

The "Big Bank" rapper later reposted the video of 6ix9ine to his Instagram with the caption: "CANT WAIT TILL WE MEET @6ix9ine." 

Photo: Getty Images

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