In the ongoing saga of Meek Mill and 6ix9ine, the rainbow-loving rapper has posted a letter from the Roc Nation affiliate’s legal team requesting his “ZAZA” video be removed from YouTube — and it looks like they obliged.
The visual includes the viral video of 6ix9ine confronting Meek outside of an Atlanta club over Valentine’s Day weekend, obviously something Meek never condoned. On Monday (February 22), 6ix9ine shared an Instagram post that firmly put Meek and his legal affairs on blast.
“Meek Mill Wrote A Letter To My Lawyers,” the text reads. “HE SAID WE ARE BULLYING HIM.” 6ix9ine added in the caption, HOW YOU START SOMETHING YOU CANT FINISH????? HE WANT TO BE TAKEN OUT THE VIDEO BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE LAUGHING AT HIM.”
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The letter included is addressed to Create Music Group, Inc. Executive Vice-President George Karalexis and is insistent the “ZAZA” video be removed expeditiously. The document reads in part, “[The video] inappropriately and unlawfully exploits Mr. [Robert] Williams’ likeness for CMG’s commercial benefit, without his authorization or consent. We demand that CMG immediately cease and desist from this exploitation of our client’s image and remove the video from all public platforms.”
6ix9ine wrote across the letter “Lol he’s a bitch!” for added dramatic effect.
In the wee hours of February 14, 6ix9ine approached the Dream Chasers founder in a parking lot during what Meek said was an attempt to “go viral.” The Philly-bred rapper shared a video clip of the incident to his Instagram Stories, which showed the inflammatory rap figure screaming at Meek about police as several large security guards attempted to keep them separated.
“Why 69 just run up on me wit a bunch of cops so I spit on him,” he wrote at the time. “I thought I was dreaming…he waited outside for me with the feds wtf.” He later added, “They did all this to go viral. Leave me alone rat.”
But of course that’s not 6ix9ine’s style, so after relentlessly trolling Meek (again), he decided to use a clip of the confrontation in the “ZAZA” video much to Meek’s displeasure. As of publication time, the visual can longer be found on YouTube.