For just the briefest bit of background, Tekashi 6ix9ine, or just 6ix9ine, is the stage name of a guy named Daniel Hernandez, who is a walking Voltron of the worst aspects of SoundCloud rap. He's also a gross criminal, who's been charged with everything from sex crimes with a minor to what actually got him sent to prison, which was a series of gang-related charges such as racketeering and conspiracy to murder.
6ix9nie got off light by snitching on nearly every person recorded history. He then got an even earlier release largely due to his asthma and the COVID threat in prisons. You know who had an opinion about that? Chet Haze, the son of national treasure and potential savior of humanity Tom Hanks.
Haze, whose rap career is ... spotty at best is not really in a prime position to be laying out disses and/or calling out guys who have served time, no matter how ridiculous they may look. 6ix9ine responded on a separate post with the type of vague statement that could be read a thousand different ways, saying, "Wishing his dad a speedy recovery."
When you wish the family of someone who just dissed you a "speedy recovery" like that, that doesn't sound good. It'd almost sound like a threat when read in a certain tone. And if you're going to threaten Tom Hanks, you best prepare for the wrath of America.
This is the type of "punching above your weight" 6ix9ine ain't prepared for. This ain't beefing with 50 Cent. This ain't beefing with Snoop. This Thomas Jeffery Motherfucking Hanks. If he really means anything other than the most sincere of well-wishes towards Tom Hanks recovery from the coronavirus, 6ix9ine better prepare for the whole world to start defending Hanks with every weapon in their arsenal.
Rival gangs, police, soccer moms, and retail workers may all hate each other, but you know who they love? Tom Hanks. Watch your ass.
Top Image: Tekashi 6ix9ine/AT.LAS , FatKing Films