Boosie Badazz, Wack 100 and DJ Akademiks reacts to 6ix9ine allegedly being jumped at a Florida LA Fitness.
On March 22, Boosie went to Twitter to launch a GoFundMe campaign for the group that sent 6ix9ine to the hospital.
“Lmao SNITCHES GET STITCHES LETS START A GO FUND FOR THIS GUY,” the “Wipe Me Down” rapper wrote alongside a clip of the beatdown.
“WE NEED TO START A GO FUND FOR THIS GUYLIKE COOKIE MONEY SAY WE GOTTA STARTT REWARDING THE REAL ONES.”
Wack 100, who managed 6ix9ine at one point last year, showed more empathy for the rainbow-haired rapper. “They did him like this for Snitching , then turned around and Snitched on themselves … Clout is the New Crack. @6ix9ine I wish you a speedy recovery,” he wrote.
Wack added in the post: “It’s unfortunate what happened to @6ix9ine. He’s a good guy. Life is full of lessons. This isnt about his so called street situation. This is about decision making on both sides.
“The ones who filmed & posted themselves will remember this day for many years to come. And 6ix9ine will now know he has to move accordingly. #STAYDANGEROUS & dont hesitate. Wish him a speedy recovery.”
Check out Wack 100’s post below:
Meanwhile, DJ Akademiks has been 6ix9ine’s friend for a long time since the “GUMMO” rapper came into mainstream of hip-hop in 2017.
Ak livestreamed on Twitch on Tuesday night (March 21) and asked fans to keep the same energy for him after continuously calling 6ix9ine out for being a federal informant who could not be touched and ran with a ton of security at all times.
“I hate when people play both sides of the fence. Remember y’all said nobody could touch him he’s a federal informant,” he said. “So why the n-ggas who be talking shit don’t touch him? … People been saying, ‘Oh you know why nobody been touching him? He’s a federal informant.’”
You can see Akademiks’ stream below:
According to TMZ, a group of men attacked the Brooklyn rapper (real name Daniel Hernandez) on Tuesday inside a sauna at a LA Fitness in South Florida (March 21).
Lance Lazzaro, the lawyer representing 6ix9ine, claimed that although his client attempted to fight the attackers, he was severely beaten and outnumbered before he was able to escape. The rapper was not accompanied by security at the time.
As gym staff heard the ruckus, they called police and paramedics, and 6ix9ine was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital.
In a video of the assault that was uploaded to Instagram, 6ix9ine is shown laying on the ground with his head covered as two men stand over him and begin to kick and punch him.