Following reports that 6ix9ine’s father is currently homeless, Lil Reese has decided to extend a helping hand to the Tekashi’s dad by giving him some money.
However, both rappers aren’t on good terms as Lil Reese has been on the receiving end of 6ix9ine’s social media wrath on several occasions. The most recent being after King Von’s death in November 2020, which led to a video of Lil Reese defecating in his pants surface online.
Looking at the history between Lil Reese and 6ix9ine, this looks like an opportunity for the former to taunt the latter, and Reese has openly requested to know the whereabouts of Tekashi’s father so he could give him some money.
69 have not been doing his duty as a son to his dad. A millionaire if not a millionaire just renting a house for your dad is a problem. Even if he has done you something can’t you forgive and forget .
Lil Reese who is not a son neither a sibling is willing to help by buying a house not even rent , giving him huge amount of money to help him rent a house.
long live lil Reese
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