Rapper Trippie Redd has brutally trolled Tekashi 6ix9ine in his latest music video, depicting him as a rainbow-haired rodent.
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The pair have had a long-running feud, with Tekashi once saying he "f**ked the sh*t" out of Trippie Redd's ex-girlfriend.
Trippie Redd also fanned the flames by calling out his rival over his historic child sex offences.
"Imagine touching a lil girl for 10 sec and BOOM ur a Pedophile," he said last year.
Now Trippie Redd has taken things a step further in the video for his new single 'Under Enemy Arms'. The ending features a rodent with vibrantly-dyed fur crawling over dead bodies.
Tekashi 6ix9ine was labeled a "rat" and nicknamed "Snitch9ine" after he agreed to co-operate with prosecutors as part of a plea deal in January - incriminating others to save himself.
Tekashi 69 - real name Daniel Hernandez - reportedly named his former friend Kintea 'Kooda B' McKenzie as the man who pulled the trigger in a shooting targeting rival rapper Chief Keef.
He also admitted to his involvement in selling hard drugs, stating "I and others agreed to sell one kilogram of heroin", in Bushwick, New York.
His actions outraged the rap world, with multiple artists accusing him of being a snitch.
In an Instagram post, Boosie Badazz (formerly Lil Boosie) unleashed on the 'Gummo' hitmaker for being a "rat", renouncing his previous support for him.
"When you first went to jail, I was like, 'free dude', because I don't like to see no one in that cage like that," said the rapper, who has also served time in prison himself.
"But one thing I don't condone or support is rats... I do understand your situation, n***a. I was facing a needle (lethal injection), and [I didn't] bend, break or fold."
And rapper 50 Cent has poked fun at the situation in a now-deleted Instagram post, linking Tekashi 69's sudden about face with another rapper's detainment.
The post showed an image of Tekashi 69 in court, with an imagined conversation between the rapper and prosecution.
"[Tekashi]: 'I ain't a snitch.' Judge: 'You are looking at 47 years of hard time.' [Tekashi]: 'You guys ever noticed 21 Savage looks British?'"