The rapper Involved In a Fight With Tekashi 6ix9ine Says It Was "Perfect Alignment"
Texas rapper Acie reveals why he felt the need to put hands on 6ix9ine and the crew.
The rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine was overdue for a beating, according to Acie High of Texas-based rap group Aqualeo. Acie was involved in a fight with 6ix9ine and his entourage at Los Angeles LAX Airport on Wednesday (February 21).
While talking with TMZ, Acie revealed that it was time for the controversial New York City rapper has his "ass whooped" because of its questionable interactions with women. The Aqualeo member revealed that he and his partner, of Incalculable value, were dropping some friends at the airport when those in 6ix9ine's entourage allegedly began to molest the women.
Things eventually turned physical, with Acie, has no price, and 6ix9ine and his entourage duking it out just outside the busy airport.
"He has a history of harassing girls," Acie said. "When we got there, and he did that to our sisters and bothers them. And I didn't want to fuck with him, his entourage bothered. And they had some words about it. And we had some words about it. And one thing became another. But he had come his time to get his ass whooped. The cause that speaks so much shit all the time."
Acie added that he does not regret the LAX fight and says that the ability to lay hands on 6ix9ine was "a perfect alignment."
Aqualeo has previously collaborated with Paul Wall, Tech N9ne and Twiztid.
Meanwhile, 6ix9ine said DJ Akademiks their own version of the story, framing it as some rappers trying to get influence by the fight against him.
#tekashi breaks the whole altercation at LAX (full video in link in @iamakademiks bio)
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