6ix9ine Says He Loves Kanye West, Urges People to 'Normalize Freedom of Speech'
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During his appearance in an episode of Andrew Tate's 'Tate Speech' podcast, the Brooklyn rapper shows support to the 'Donda' artist amid the controversy surrounding him.

AceShowbiz - Kanye West found support in Tekashi69 (6ix9ine). The Brooklyn rapper weighed in on the controversy surrounding the "Donda" artist during his appearance in an episode of fellow controversial figure Andrew Tate's "Tate Speech" podcast.

Showing support to Ye, the "FEFE" spitter said that "people don't just normalize freedom of speech," adding that they "don't normalize being real." He also blasted people for criticizing people, especially Ye, for speaking their mind.

"I think he's a wolf. I think he's standing on business," 6ix9ine said of the Yeezy designer. Further gushing over the Chicago rapper, 6ix9ine added, "I love Kanye. I love what he stands for, and he does what the f**k he wants. When there's billionaires, trillionaires, millionaires in your ear, and they're saying, 'Kanye, this is not the respectable thing.' He worked himself so much. He worked himself so high that he doesn't have to bow down to a dollar."

During the interview, the "GOOBA" spitter also discussed Kim Kardashian's sex tape while praising Wack 100. "I guess they were working out something with Kim's sex tape. Like, there were additional sex tapes," he said. "When I knew Wack 100 was a wolf and not a sheep is because everybody thought he was lying but now it came out that Kim had multiple sex tapes. Multiple sex tapes."

"There's no problem with sex tapes. Like, being her, she's a mom… maybe there's something wrong with it," the "TROLLZ" spitter added.

6ix9ine additionally revealed that Ye hit him for a collaboration earlier this year, but he turned it down. "We stayed at the NoBu Hotel in Malibu [California]," he recounted. "He stayed in a hotel a block away from his house. He was just working on music but it was nothing that I wanted to work on. I respect he creative genius but I'm never going to do something I don't want to do."

The two musicians previously worked together in 6ix9ine's 2018 debut studio album. The "Jesus Is King" artist gave his verses on "KANGA" and "MAMA" off "Dummy Boy".

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