After their viral confrontation last week, Tekashi 6ix9ine is claiming that Meek Mill sent his lawyers a cease and desist.
"Meek Mill Wrote A Letter To My Lawyers," he wrote in an Instagram post. "HE SAID WE ARE BULLYING HIM."
He then captioned the post: "HOW YOU START SOMETHING YOU CANT FINISH????? HE WANT TO BE TAKEN OUT THE VIDEO BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE LAUGHING AT HIM."
Meek claimed that Tekashi waited for him outside an Atlanta club, in the confrontation which was posted online. 6ix9ine then used part of the altercation with Meek for his new video, "ZAZA."
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6ix9ine also posted the letter.
Addressed to Create Music Group, Inc. Executive Vice-President George Karalexis, Meek's attorney calls for the "ZAZA" video be removed immediately. The letter accuses the rapper of inappropriately and unlawfully exploiting Meek's 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," the letter reads in part.
The video has been removed.