6ix9ine Appears to Threaten Doja Cat After Her Apology on Instagram Live
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The 'FEFE' hitmaker calls out the 'Say So' hitmaker as 'Doja dog' and claims, 'She started with the wrong one,' after she addressed her No. 1 single with Nicki Minaj on Live.

AceShowbiz - 6ix9ine was apparently offended following Doja Cat's Instagram Live in which she addressed recent controversies surrounding her. The New York City rapper appeared to threaten the Los Angeles-born artist as he commented on Doja's Live.

In the comment section of The Shade Room's Instagram post of Doja's Live, the "FEFE" hitmaker wrote, "She started with the wrong one...give me till tomorrow #canceldoja." He went on calling out the fellow hip-hop star in a separate comment, "Someone called her Doja dog."

It's not clear what has irked 6ix9ine from Doja's statements, but it might have something to do with her addressing her No. 1 single with Nicki Minaj, "Say So" remix. In the video posted on Monday, May 25, the "Tia Tamera" raptress said, "Your favorite artist-and there's no judgment-if they care about that? Wonderful. That's fine. There's nothing wrong about wanting a No. 1 and working hard to get to that No. 1. For me? I don't give a s**t. I just wanna f**king make music."

As reported before, 6ix9ine took issue with the way Billboard counted the song sales for the Hot 100 chart. He went as far as accusing Billboard as well as Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber of manipulating the chart as the latter two singers' duet "Stuck With U" debuted at No. 1, followed by Doja's "Say So" remix at No. 2 and 6ix9ine's "Gooba" at No. 3.

Meanwhile, during her Live, Doja addressed many things, from allegations of her joining racist chat rooms and a video of her ranting about her 4C hair texture. While admitting that dealing with her hair can be "hard" and "frustrating" sometimes, she insisted, "In no f**king way does it mean that I hate my hair. My hair is amazing. I have beautiful hair. I get lots of compliment on it."

She also defended herself against criticism over her supposed preference of white male, saying, "Who I love ... it's zero of your business," and denied that she mocked Beyonce Knowles as Beyonkey. "Beyonce is the cream of the f**king crop. Beyonce is the reason why I believe I can be who I am," she said. "Beyonce is one of the driving forces of who I am in my career. Beyonce is undeniably talented and every f**king time anyone has ever came for Beyonce, I was there. And that's all I have to say."

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