Through 6ix9ine’s diss aimed at foe Chief Keef, he triggered another Chicago rapper, Vic Mensa. In view of the Chicago native giving back to the youth in his hometown, which includes founding the nonprofit organization SavemoneySavelife, Mensa wasn’t keen of 6ix9ine dissing Chicago rappers. 6ix9ine had posted videos of himself handing out food and distributing money to locals in Chicago. “I got 15 burgers here. Giving back to the community, because other Chicago rappers don’t give back,” he said in an Instagram video.
When asked about it by Real 92.3 LA, Vic Mensa called the move “goofy,” saying 6ix9ine not only disrespected Keef, but the rest of Chicago. “When I saw him pretending to be riding around Chicago like he was on business...it’s like, 'Yo look up the fucking facts,'” Mensa said. “To come to Chicago, disrespecting the whole city like that because he got a beef with one person from the city, I felt like that was very goofy,” he continued.
Following Mensa’s interview, DJ Akademiks posted about the clip of him talking about Tekashi on his account. 6ix9ine saw the post and commented, “Vic mensa can sukk my dikk with his mother’s lips.” Mensa responded a screenshot of Akademiks’ post, adding, “Hmmmm I wonder if @6ix9ine wanna see me in these mf hands tho? fuck all that security shit. & @akadmiks shut yo bitch ass up it’s on sight 4 u when I see u.”
Vic later clarified that he wasn’t dissing 6ix9ine. “All I said was he got his style from Chicago rappers, something he has admitted, and that he needs to show our city its respect,” he said. Mensa also reiterated his readiness to fight 6ix9ine. “I’ll turn your motherfucking face the color of hair,” he said directly to 6ix9ine.