According to legal letter shared by Tekashi 69, Meek Mill is asking him to be removed from the rapper’s new video, because he featuring him without his knowledge.
“HOW YOU START SOMETHING YOU CANT FINISH????? HE WANT TO BE TAKEN OUT THE VIDEO BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE LAUGHING AT HIM,” Tekashi captioned a picture of the cease and desist letter.
“Lol He’s a bi–h,” Tekashi wrote over the top of the document, circling the area where the lawyers say they work for Meek Mill.
“Our firm represents Rober Rihmeek Williams, professionally known as Meek Mill,” the letter begins.
It continued, “It has come to our attention…that inappropriately and unlawfully exploits Mr. Willams’ likeness for (Tekashi’s) commercial benefit, without his authorization and content. We demand (he) immediately cease and desist from the exploitation of our client’s image and remove the video from all public platforms.”
The letter continues, “Specifically, or about February 19, 2021, Hernandez’s official YouTube channel published a music video entitled ‘ZAZA’ — which included footage of an altercation between Hernandez and his entourage and our client.”
Adding, “The unauthorized misappropriation of our client’s image and likeness in order to promote (his) commercial interest constitutes actionable wrongs — for which our client reserves all rights to seek redress.”
It all started when Tekashi 69 and his crew confronted Meek Mill outside of an Atlanta nightclub — and the rainbow rapper filmed the entire incident, then put the clip in his music video.
A day later, Rainbow rapper posted a video from altercation with Meek, declaring that he scared with him after he decided not to react.