MUSIC Justin Bieber And Ariana Grande Hit Back At Tekashi 6ix9ine After He Accused Them Of Cheating

Justin Bieber And Ariana Grande Hit Back At Tekashi 6ix9ine After He Accused Them Of Cheating



Meanwhile, Tekashi’s comeback track landed at number 3– much to the artist’s displeasure, sparking accusations that Bieber and Grande’s group cheated to take the top spot.

Watch his outburst listed below:

Referencing a projection record labels obtain before the Billboard graph’s main drop online, the rapper– actual name Daniel Hernandez– declared that was anticipated to debut at number 5, while his track was destined for the number two place.

Fresh out of prison and put on house arrest due to the pandemic, the questionable rap artist took goal at the pop leviathans after their song debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

Meanwhile, Tekashi’s comeback tune landed at number three– much to the artist’s displeasure, sparking complaints that Bieber as well as Grande’s group ripped off to take the leading spot.

Watch his outburst listed below:

Referencing a forecast record labels obtain prior to the Billboard chart’s official decrease online, the rapper– genuine name Daniel Hernandez– alleged that was predicted to debut at number 5, while his track was predestined for the number two area.

However, Grande supposedly submitted 60,000 units ‘at the last 2nd’, with an ‘examination’ by Tekashi’s team evidently exposing that ‘6 credit history cards’ had actually also been utilized to purchase 30,000 devices of the track (the profits of which are going to the First Responders Children’s Foundation).

Bieber also responded in a string of Instagram Stories, explaining that ‘60,000 units came because we don’t disclose our numbers until end of week. That’s called strategy.’

The singer added: 

The rules are clear one credit card can buy max 4 copies. Anything over that the entire amount gets thrown out. Neilsen company checks this and found all our sales were legit because our fans are amazing and bought them. Don’t discredit our fan base with false info.

This is my song with Ariana Grande and I’m honored to work with her to help raise money for a great cause. If you gonna say her name make sure you say mine because it’s our song.

The duo’s manager Scooter Braun echoed Bieber’s sentiments, repeating the breakdown of the rules while writing: ‘No one should discredit your amazing fan base with lies.’

In a later Instagram post, Tekashi said he’s speaking for the ‘millions of kids that come from nothing’, and that he was only trying to address Ariana rather than ‘come at’ her. ‘Not saying that you not talented… you just don’t understand my pain. My frustration is from Billboard,’ he added.

Billboard has yet to comment on the rapper’s claims.