6ix9ine Defends Kanye West: ‘People Don’t Normalize Freedom Of Speech’

HipHop News Posted on October 27, 2022 at 7:11pm

6ix9ine Defends Kanye West: ‘People Don’t Normalize Freedom Of Speech’

The Brooklyn rapper called Ye a wolf for being fearless with his controversial antics.

6ix9ine is the latest person to speak on Kanye West‘s recent controversial antics, and he’s standing alongside the rapper for freely speaking his mind.

The Brooklyn rapper appeared on an episode of fellow controversial figure Andrew Tate‘s Tate Speech podcast, where he shared his support for Ye. Right off the bat, 6ix9ine claimed “people don’t just normalize freedom of speech,” and how they “don’t normalize being real.”


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According to 6ix9ine, that’s where people go wrong in criticizing others for speaking their mind, especially regarding Kanye West. 6ix9ine wasted no time praising Ye for his fearlessness in standing up against big businesses and high-level figures.

“I think he’s a wolf. I think he’s standing on business,” 6ix9ine said. “I love Kanye. I love what he stands for, and he does what the fuck 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.”

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— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) October 27, 2022

6ix9ine’s comments come after a long line of entities have severed ties with Kanye West as a result of his recent controversial anti-Semitic remarks, including Balenciaga, Vogue, CAA, Def Jam, Gap and more.

Adidas decided to terminate its contract with the “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” artist earlier this week as well due to his recent anti-Semitic rhetoric. The move decimated Kanye’s net worth from a reported $2 billion to about $400 million, per Forbes.


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