TMZ is reporting that controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is currently hospitalized after being severely beaten at a South Florida gym.  His attorney, Lance Lazzaro, tells the media site that the "Gummo" rapper was using the sauna inside an LA Fitness Tuesday (Mar. 21) when he was approached by a group of men, who began to jump him without warning. 

Yeah, don't be surprised if Tekashi throws them all under the bus and drops dimes on his new goon squad too.

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Tekashi 6ix9ine is definitely good at trolling, but he just learned that Lil Nas X is even better at the social media skill.

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Luckily Reese and company didn't take the bait and brushed off the question because duh.

To be fair, Tekashi did give a lot of money away to kids and even met with a dying fan when he was riding high on the Billboard charts. Still, he did drop dime on everyone in his crew to avoid a lengthy prison sentence even though he snitched on himself via IG posts and whatnot. Also his ex-girlfriend did say he was abusive to her and a deadbeat dad to their daughter. So there's that too.

Taking to IG to air out his frustrations on the matter, Wack reminded everyone how Meek's team chased Safaree around the block at BET Weekend a few years back, which he said "pissed me off" because Safaree was a non-affiliate and "very humble individual."

Meek Mill and Tekashi 6ix9ine do not get along and will never be cordial. So naturally, things got heated when the Philadelphia rapper and the infamous Brooklyn snitch reportedly crossed paths in Atlanta outside of a club.

The two claim that they were relieved of cash, jewels, master recordings, and even their kicks. Though Tekashi didn't participate in the stick-up (of course), he did film the entire thing from his SUV and eventually pleaded guilty to the crime when he cut his sweetheart deal with the feds.