The Reason Ludacris Fans Are Roasting Tekashi 6ix9ine Will Have You In Tears

The Reason Ludacris Fans Are Roasting Tekashi 6ix9ine Will Have You In Tears

He's too young for this, bro.

Published August 24th

These young rappers are far too sensitive nowadays, and it gets more evident every day. Today's distressed emcee, Tekashi 6ix9ine, has launched into full-blown attack mode against hip-hop icon Ludacris. The ATL veteran appeared on an episode of Nick Cannon's Wild 'N Out, and, during a skit known as "Plead the Fifth," Luda was asked who he would sign to his label, Disturbing Tha Peace, first: 6ix9ine or Nick Cannon?

  1. It's common for the show's comedians to throw shade at Nick Cannon's brief rap career, but Luda said the answer was easy: 'I'd sign Nick Cannon because I don't know how much longer Tekashi gon' be around'

    Tekashi didn't take that joke so lightly. He fired off with an explicit response of his own, claiming that Luda was an irrelevant "bumass n****" and used his feature on Justin Bieber's 2010 hit, "Baby," to prove his point. He tried to downplay his Fast and Furious franchise and even dressed like Luda to end his rant.

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  2. Ludacris is currently promoting his annual #LudaDay and always tells fans which celebs are confirmed for the weekend festivities. So it was the perfect time to throw shade at the 'Fefe' emcee by saying he definitely is not confirmed

    Close friend of Luda and fellow ATL legend Monica hopped in the comments to remind that this was the nice route. Of course, 6ix9ine sounded off with a cheap shot by saying he was "going back in time to [find] Ludacris' career."

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  3. Appalled at 6ix9ine's audacity to diss Luda and the legacy he built, fans roasted the Bronx native on Twitter

Luda would never do anything to prevent his various bags from being secure, but 6ix9ine really shouldn't want this smoke. Sit this one out, youngin.

Written by Mya Abraham

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