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#6ix9ine ain’t letting #gherbo forget about his “platinum in the streets” comment especially after his song “GOOBA” just went Gold in 2 weeks. Tekashi 6ix9ine is trolling rapper G Herbo after “Gooba” gets certified Gold. “Lol but he didn’t beat it he told,” Herbo said, “he plead guilty too.”
Though Tekashi had clapped back with some slight about Herbo having an STD, he also came for the rapper’s certifications, stating that G Herbo has never had a platinum record. Do you think G Herbo will respond to 6ix9ine again? “@nolimitherbo imagine tranna be platinum in the streets,” the rapper wrote. A post shared by DJ Akademiks (@akademiks) on May 26, 2020 at 11:53am PDT
Twitter Clearly 6ix9ine has no intention of letting G Herbo live that down. While many people would be elated with the good news and perhaps show some appreciation in the comments, 6ix9ine converted into his troll form when he commented on the post. G Herbo’s response is what 6ix9ine is now using to troll him amidst his song “Gooba” reaching Gold status. There is no denying the fact that G Herbo has not yet received platinum certification, and while it’s true that he as more street cred that Tekashi 6ix9ine right now, that’s not a high bar anymore. Tekashi 6ix9ine has been beefing with quite a few rappers since his early release from prison, including G Herbo, who recently said that the rainbow-haired rapper pleaded guilty and also ratted people out, which means he didn’t beat his case. “I went platinum in the streets somewhere you really wanna be but a never be able to go,” G Herbo wrote. “Let’s name a gherbo song that’s platinum Akademiks post it I’ll delete my gram,” 6ix9ine said. “& I got rich on my own nobody never made me cool & stole from me lol you basically paid to be cool you @nickcannon be safe.”
That comment was brought up again when DJ Akademiks recently shared the announcement that Tekashi 6ix9ine’s latest song, “Gooba,” has officially been certified Gold by the RIAA after just two weeks.