L.A. Blood & “Bangin On Wax” Creator OG Red Rum Calls Out Tekashi 69 For ‘Violating’ Blood Gang Protocol

Ever since Tekashi 69 released his break out hit Gummo he’s been a target for many men to ‘test his gangster’. Tekashi engaged in a exchange of words with his former friend turned adversary, Trippie Redd, shortly after the release of Gummo. L.A. Blood and internet personality, Boskoe 100, has called out the Brooklyn rapper questioning his authenticity. There’s even been speculation that Casanova’s latest single Set Trippin is aimed at Tekashi 69.

Now Tekashi 69 is being called out again, this time by OG Blood Gang member, OG Red Rum aka Red Rum 781. Red Rum took to Instagram to issue a statement with a picture of Tekashi 69 stating, “Look check this out… the Bloods/Pirus been taking a lot of L’s through the last couple of years… This is a prime example of why West Coast homies don’t accept outta town Bloods because of the blatant inadvertent disrespect, misconception, misdirection, miseducation, and just plain ass stupid sh*t being done in our name and our respect!”

Red Rum would continue his Instagram rant going directly at the Brooklyn rapper saying, “@6ix9ine_ you are in violation… Yeah we got studio gangsters as well but the cartoon characters and homo thugs coming from other states are not accepted! Stop putting these clowns on  and start cleaning the f*ck up! You don’t respect the flag, protocol, G-Code, or the foundation. Bout time for NY, Atlanta, and Florida, to clean the f*ck up! Cali has to lead by example or stop barkin about outta town homies are doing it wrong.”

If you aren’t familiar with Red Rum you just might be familiar with his legendary creation, the 1993 release Bangin On Wax. Red Rum created the project along with Ronnie Phillips and Tweedy Bird Loc. The album consisted of certified Bloods from Inglewood and Los Angeles & Crips from Long Beach, Compton, and Watts; taking their in the street rivalries and putting them on records. The album included gang culture influenced bangers such as Bangin On WaxPiru LoveCrip, Crip, Crip, and Steady Dippin. It would go on to sale 500,000 copies reaching gold status. In 1994 Bangin On Wax 2: The Saga Continues would release.


Check out the post below:

Look check THIS out ……. the BLOODS / PIRUS been taking a LOT OF L’s THROUGH THE LAST COUPLE YEARS ….. THIS IS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF WHY WEST COAST HOMIES DONT ACCEPT OUTTA TOWN BLOODS BECAUSE OF THE BLATANT INADVERTENT DISRESPECT , MISCONCEPTION , MIS DIRECTION , MISEDUCATION and JUST PLAIN ASS STUPID SHIT BIENG DONE IN OUR NAME and ON OUR RESPECT !!!!!! @6ix9ine_ YOU ARE IN VIOLATION ….. YEAH WE GOT STUDIO GANGSTERS AS WELL BUT THE CARTOON CHARACTERS and HOMO THUGS COMING FROM OTHER STATES ARE NOT ACCEPTED !!!!!! STOP PUTTING THESE CLOWNS ON AND START CLEANING THE FUCK UP !!!!! You DONT respect the FLAG , PROTOCOL , G-CODE or the FOUNDATION ……. BOUT TIME FOR NY , ATLANTA , FLORIDA to CLEAN THE FUCK UP !!!!!!!! CALI HAS TO LEAD BY EXAMPLE OR STOP BARKIN ABOUT Outta Town HOMIES ARE DOING IT WRONG !!!!!!!! #CleanThisShitUp #BloodTransfusion #ArteriesAndVeins #TheBandTheP #banginonwax25thanniversary

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