6ix9ine & Nicki Minaj Are The Ultimate 'Trollz' In Colorful New Video
By Paris Close
June 12, 2020
On Friday (June 12), 6ix9ine recruited the Harajuku Barbie again for yet another jam, titled “Trollz.” Accompanying the song release with a colorful music video, 6ix9ine and Nicki revert to their old trolling ways by chucking up the finger to their haters. “I know you don’t like me, you wanna fight me/You don’t want no problems at your party? Don’t invite me,” the 24-year-old taunts on the track. “I don’t worry ’bout you n—s, please stop talking ’bout me/Always talkin’ bout me ’cause you looking for the clouty.”
Minaj’s rhymes are just as shady, with some verses seemingly directed at Usher and Meek Mill. “Somebody usher this n—a into a clinic/ My flow's still sick, I ain't talkin' a pandemic,” the 37-year-old emcee raps, alluding to the ongoing rumors claiming Usher allegedly exposed previous sex partners to sexually-transmitted diseases.
Meek also catches some of Nicki’s heat in the verse. “Talkin’ bout snitches when its snitches in ya camp/ Never stand alone you always itching for a stamp,” she continues in the song, more or less defending the newly-freed Tekashi against Meek, who has been said to be associated with former federal informant Desiree Perez.
“Trollz” arrives a month after Tekashi unveiled his comeback track "Gooba," his first since his early release from prison this year. It is also the latest joint from the two rappers since they came together for 2018's “FEFE” and “MAMA” with Kanye West.
Despite the trolling nature of the song and video, Nicki and 6ix9ine’s latest joint will support a good cause amid the civil unrest and protests sweeping the country in response to George Floyd’s death. As 6ix9ine announced, a portion of the proceeds from “Trollz” will be going directly to The Bail Project, a fund that provides fee bail assistance to low-income individuals who can’t afford to pay bail while awaiting their trial.
“We want to protect and support the thousands of brave people working on the front lines of social justice, using their voices to demand AN END to the targeting and killing of Black Americans by the police,” he wrote on Instagram.