Fans Demand a Tory Lanez and 6ix9ine’s Joint Instagram Live
This arrives after the rainbow-haired rapper pulled in an impressive 2 million viewers during his Live session, setting a huge gap between his and Tory’s previously record-breaking ‘Quarantine Radio’.
- May 11, 2020
AceShowbiz – Tory Lanez‘s “Quarantine Radio” is the most popular Instagram Live show but that’s until 6ix9ine a.k.a. Tekashi69 makes a return. The “FEFE” hitmaker beat Tory’s previously set record for most Instagram live viewers following the release of his first post-prison single “Gooba” on Friday, May 8.
The rainbow-haired rapper pulled in an impressive 2 million viewers during his Live session. That set a huge gap between his and Tory’s previously record-breaking Instagram Live broadcast with Drake which racked up 300k audience.
Tory noticed his defeat and took to his Twitter account to address the matter. The Canadian star, however, didn’t seem to harbor bad feelings towards Tekashi69 as he joked, “I was looking at that 2 mil like…. WELP …. Ima head out.” He also added several laughing and crying emojis.
Despite getting annihilated, Tory shared he wasn’t going to drop “Quarantine Radio”. “Lolol we not actually stopping quarantine radio ! but it was great holding the record when we had it….”
Fans were loving his response. “Thats a good sport,” one commented. Someone else said, “We need Tory and 6ix9ine to go live together.”
“If he was smart he would feature Takashi on the radio,” another fan chimed in. Also a fan of the highly-wanted joint, someone wrote, “Imagine if they go live together and break ig. this needs to be set up.”
Tekashi69 didn’t only break the record for his Instagram Live. The music video for “Gooba” had amassed 43.5 million views on YouTube in its first 24 hours, making it the largest number for a hip-hop video ever. The rapper was seen bragging about his achievement while shading Meek Mill in the process as he wrote in an Instagram comment, “Somebody check on meek… see if he’s okay.”
This arrives after Tekashi and Meek were involved in an online back-and-forth last week. Their feud was ignited after Meek made snitching comments on Tekashi on his Twitter account, writing, “I hope that rat going live to apologize to the people he told on or the victim…..,” so Meek said. “Y’all forgot that fast a ‘rat’ killed nipsey [hussle] he wasn’t suppose to be on the streets! That’s the only thing ima day because he’s dead… left his baby mom and child like a coward as targets!”