Did 6ix9ine Hire Cardi B's Strip Club Rivals For Music Video With Nicki Minaj?

It looks like Jade and Baddie G were set to make an appearance in Tekashi's tension-filled taping.

(AllHipHop News) There's a lot of drama surrounding a music video Tekashi was filming with Kanye West in California. Gunfire rang out during the shoot last week, and now TMZ reports 6ix9ine was ready to use the visuals to be shady towards Cardi B.

According to the gossip news site, Tekashi hired Jade and Baddie G for the vid. Those New York-based sisters are the same bartenders that accused Cardi of attacking them at a Queens strip club in August.

Cardi was actually arrested and charged with assault and reckless endangerment for the alleged incident involving Jade and Baddie. She was released with a desk appearance ticket because the charges are misdemeanors.

To add another layer of tension to the situation, Cardi's other rival, Nicki Minaj, was scheduled to be part of the 6ix9ine video too. Minaj addressed the supposed club fight between Cardi B and the Angels Strip Club bartenders during an episode of her Queen Radio show.

In one of the most talked about pop culture moments of the year, Cardi and Nicki got into a shoe-throwing skirmish during the Harper's Bazaar ICONS party. Not long after the NYFW fight, Tekashi was seen dancing to Cardi's "Bodak Yellow" as a deejay was heard saying "team Cardi B on this side." That led to some people accusing 6ix9ine of being disloyal to his "Fefe" collaborator Minaj.

While people at Tekashi's music video set were attempting to avoid bullets being fired into the Beverly Hills home, Cardi and her husband Offset were on vacation. The Bronx rapstress posted an Instagram clip of the couple dancing to her new single "Money" on a yacht.