6ix9ine is still feeling the burn after his music video shoot ended in gunfire last week.

According to TMZ, Universal Music Group dished more than $480,000 to fund the video shoot for Tekashi's visual with Kanye West and Nicki Minaj. After gun violence brought production to a full stop, the video for 6ix9ine's mega collaboration might not come to fruition after all since UMG has no intention on rescheduling the shoot.

This news arrives a few days after Public Enemy front man Chuck D questioned Kanye for hanging out with the considerably younger 6ix9ine, who's obviously been branded a troublemaker. Speaking with the celebrity news site, Chuck let loose his thoughts on the matter.

"Where is a older person hanging out with a younger person anyway?" Chuck asked. "Either you help the younger person or you just gotta stay outta that."

Elsewhere during the same interview, Chuck D brings up the idea that Tekashi is squandering opportunities other people would kill for.

"I don't think people should use the culture to drag the everyday [dysfunction] into it," Chuck D said. "You got millions in prison right now who are looking at a situation like that kid, or whoever, and saying, 'Damn, if I only had a chance, I'm locked down because of some dumb shit I did.' So you always gotta keep in mind who is on that other side who don't have those opportunities."

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