YG Fires Shots at Tekashi 6ix9ine in New “Bulletproof” Visuals

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To keep the promotion of his Stay Dangerous album going, YG has just shared a new video for the album’s single “Bulletproof” featuring Jay 305.

Running at just over three-minutes long, YG takes aim at foe Tekashi 6ix9ine, seeing a a look-alike Tekashi being locked up in prison while inmates in their cells repeatedly yell “pedophile” at him as he walks by. Soon after the look-alike rapper gets assaulted by his cellmate. For those who are unaware, YG and 6ix9ine have been in an ongoing beef all throughout this past year. Take a look at the visuals for “Bulletproof” above.

In related news, Mozzy, YG and Ty Dolla $ign honor Tupac Shakur for New “Thugz Mansion” video.

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