In the last week of April, 42 Dugg and 6ix9ine engaged in verbal warfare online. What started off as a spat about the incident in which the latter pulled up on Fake Lil Durk, escalated into negotiations for a celebrity boxing match. Towards the end of their exchange on social media, 42 Dugg playfully mentioned the “federal government” and the “FBI.” The only problem is that the Detroit-based rapper was supposed to have reported to federal prison on March 12th, but he never showed up. As a result, the feds went looking for him shortly after his online spat with 6ix9ine.
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When Moe Gangat caught wind of 42 Dugg’s predicament with the feds, the famous attorney and hip-hop commentator attributed it to the highly publicized argument with 6ix9ine on social media. The NYC-based law practitioner even took to Twitter to float his theory to his followers.
“Did the back and forth between 42 Dugg and Tekashi 6ix9ine cause the feds to escalate their pursuit of 42 Dugg?” asked Gagat. “I would actually say, absolutely yes. Let me explain this to you. March 12th is when 42 Dugg was supposed to report to the federal prison. It wasn’t until April 29th that the feds actually went out and started looking for him. What happened on April 26th and April 27th? The Dugg and Tekashi 6ix9ine internet exchange about starting a boxing fight.”
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