Tekashi 6ix9ine’s bodyguard, Bam-Bam, has denied being involved in the recent beatdown that the rapper suffered at a Florida gym.
Bam-Bam instead challenged the attackers to a $10,000 fight and even offered to take on four of them at once.
In a fiery message on Instagram, Bam-Bam stated, “If you lose, you die,” indicating that the stakes were higher than just the money.
Although Bam-Bam has been seen with Tekashi for a long time, he was not present during the attack.
He also addressed rumors surrounding Bullet Guzman’s involvement in the assault, stating that Guzman was not one of the individuals responsible for throwing “weak a** punches” and clearing him of any wrongdoing.
The rapper was quickly escorted to safety by the gym personnel following the attack, and he is currently recovering.
If the fight between Bam-Bam and the attackers happens, Tekashi is sure to be cheering his bodyguard on from the sidelines.
While some may see Bam-Bam’s challenge as an escalation of violence, others see it as a way of standing up for oneself and showing that actions have consequences.
It is not uncommon for disputes to be settled in a physical manner in some cultures or communities, and while it is not the ideal way of resolving conflicts, it is a reality for some.
However, it is important to note that violence should never be the first option for resolving conflicts, and resorting to physical altercations can have serious consequences.
It is always better to try and find a peaceful resolution to any dispute before things escalate.
As Bam-Bam’s challenge indicates, there are often more significant stakes involved than just the immediate physical consequences.