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Watch 6ix9ine, Wack 100 Off The Record Interview Via Spotify

The world will finally have a chance watch the 6ix9ine, Wack 100 interview as the much anticipated face-to-face meeting is here exclusively via Spotify.

Making the accouncement Wednesday morning (August 4th) was Akademiks via his IG account. “My new show, Off The Record with DJ Akademiks, is coming exclusively to Spotify starting on September 20th. Simply download the Spotify app, sign up for FREE, and search for Off The Record. Our pilot episode with 6ix9ine and Wack 100 is officially out right now,” AK wrote in the caption.

Whether you like Tekashi 69 or not – you’re probably tuning-in. And why not? Entertainment purposes, for the comments, curiosity for Akademiks first podcast episode, or to really hear what Tekashi and Wack 100 have to say. Although Wack 100 initiated the face-to-face meeting in mid July, this actually all began since 6ix9ine was released from prison. While the world labeled 6ix9ine a snitch, very few did not blame Tekashi for taking that route. Including Wack 100.

Listen To 6ix9ine , Wack 100 Off The Record Interview Via Spotify

Wack would echo those thoughts and reasons again in an interview with No Jumper, where he broke down why Tekashi did not “snitch.” ““Remember he got a red bandanna with rainbow hair, but when he takes that costume off this is a civilian. They was never suppose to put this man in the position that he was us. So when I say he didn’t snitch, I think he went back to who he was.” For the complete breakdown watch: Wack 100 Says Tekashi 69 Showed Up With No Security!

Listen To 6ix9ine , Wack 100 Off The Record Interview Via Spotify

Now on his very first podcast, Akademiks breaks the internet with this exclusive sit down with 6ix9ine and Wack 100. A podcast which officially doesn’t start with 6ix9ine and Wack 100 interview. According to Akademiks the interview will be a “pilot.” Whenever Ak decides to release the new podcast officially, he believes he will be number one. “I didn’t come here to 2, 3, 4, or 5. And if y’all ain’t talking like that cool,” AK said during a live Twitch session.

Until the actual video is released, a new video clip posted by Akademiks on his Instagram account stemming from Tekashi’s three hour interview with Wack 100, has 69 telling Wack to make the call and have him go face-to-face with Lil Durk. In the clip posted via his Instagram account, Tekashi is seen telling Wack 100 to make the call and bring him Lil Durk. “Before you leave Miami, you call Durk and get him in the same room as me. Make it happen you got the phone right there,” a heated Tekashi 69 tells Wack. Agreeing to go face-to-face with Lil Durk off camera is nothing new to Tekashi who claims he was in prison back in 2015 scrapping with YG affiliates.

Wack 100 appears to not let much slide in the shared clips thus far. Via his YouTube channel, Akademiks shared an eleven minute clip where Wack questions Tekashi if he was ever a real blood, to which 69 replies with, “No I was never a blood.” As Wack and69 get into a heated back-and-forth conversation about his rise and fallout with the Nine Trey gang, the conversation leads to Tekashi 69 and Lil Durk. Tekashi wonders why he receives flack for not handling those who kidnapped and robbed him, but Lil Durk gets a pass for not handling the King Von situation.

Listen below or click here to watch the Wack 100 and Tekashi 69 interview on “Off The Record” podcast.


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