6ix9ine, who made headlines last year after pleading guilty to using a child in a sexual performance, found himself in the center of controversy once again this week.
6ix9ine, also known as Tekashi69 and Teka$hi 6ix9ine, was involved in a massive airport brawl at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday, TMZ reports. Footage shows 6ix9ine's crew having some type of confrontation with a group of men standing outside the terminal. Though 6ix9ine initially walks back inside, once fists start flying, he comes back out and jumps into the fray. The fight quickly spills out into the street before both sides eventually go their separate ways. When police arrived, both sides were interviewed, but all parties involved declined to press charges.
6ix9ine commented on the fight right after it happened, telling TMZ, "I gotta keep a smile on my face 'cause all this sh*t is funny to me."
Acie High, of the Texas rap group Aqualeo, was one of the men involved in the fight, and later told TMZ that the brawl erupted after members of 6ix9ine's crew began hitting on women that Acie and his partner Priceless were dropping off at the airport. Acie says 6ix9ine's crew continued speaking to the women even after they were asked to stop, and it seems the situation worsened from there.
After uploading footage of the fight to his Instagram, the "Gummo" rapper addressed the controversy in a short video.
"NO Ls in my lifem" he wrote in the caption. "Never got touched NEVER got knocked out NEVER put no ice pack on my chin. YALL WANT ME TO FALL SOOOOO BAD."
Check out his side of the story in the post below.