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Man Who Hit Tekashi 6ix9ine In Nightclub Says Rapper Deserved it

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Man Who Hit Tekashi 6ix9ine In Nightclub Says Rapper Deserved it

The man who punched Tekashi 6ix9ine in a nightclub has branded him a 'bully' who had it coming.

Tekashi, real name Daniel Hernandez, has somehow become relevant again. The GOOBA rapper earlier served time for racketeering, drug trafficking and other offences, following his notorious testimony against the Nine Trey Bloods gang.

Ever since his release, he's been embroiled in several controversies, whether it's the criticism of filmmakers and Jake Paul, or flaunting his seemingly 'obscene' wealth. On this occasion, it's because he attracted the wrath of a nightclub-goer.

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Check out the moment Tekashi got hit below:

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In earlier footage, Tekashi could be seen at Pilos Tacos Tequilla Garden in Miami, where he'd made an appearance and even performed a song in the DJ booth.

However, it appears his presence wasn't welcomed by everyone at the club. On his way out, a member of the crowd punched him in the back of the head. Tekashi said he didn't know who he was or why he was punched, according to TMZ.

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That man, who goes by ItzMrBHN on social media, has since spoken to the outlet about the incident, and why he thinks Tekashi deserved it.

During the interview, he was asked whether he'd change anything about the way he acted in the moment. "It was the right thing to do," he replied.

"It was definitely the right thing to do. Hopefully that humbled him a little bit. Now, he's out passing out money and all that... no, you're not that type of person, man. You're doing this for a look.

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"You can't be good and evil man, pick a side... you can't be out here saying, 'I'm outside, I'll do this and I'll do that to you' and then turn around and pass out money and stuff like that, and tell everybody, 'I'm the nicest guy in the world' - it's not how it works."

ItzMrBHN said he was 'just tired of this guy bullying everybody'.

He added: "He's bullying too many people. And then he came in the club... and he kept videoing our section, and these guys kept walking past us. We don't know that dude."

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Tekashi then allegedly posted the man's group to his Instagram story, calling them the 'n-word' and 'p***y', which 'hit a nerve'.

The rapper's security then pushed the man 'all the way out the way', which 'p****d [him] off', but he let it go because 'it is what it is'.

However, another security guard then stepped on his shoes and elbowed him, which provoked a reaction.

He said: "We bought bottles, we got a section. We got every right to be here as well. Just because this guy is walking by don't mean nothing, he's a regular human. He's a human being.

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"I don't care if he was the richest person in the world, he's still a regular human being."

LADbible has contacted a representative for 6is9ine for a comment.

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Featured Image Credit: Credit: Backgrid/Alamy

Topics: Music, Tekashi 6ix9ine

Cameron Frew
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