It looks like Tekashi 6ix9ine isn't as good with Chicago's RondoNumbaNine as he thinks he is. The incarcerated rapper phoned in from Menard Correctional Center on Wednesday, June 5, to speak on the Tr3yway artist going at Chief Keef - and he expressed displeasure over what he's been hearing from the streets.

Tekashi has in the past revealed Rondo to be one of the drill movement stars whose music motivated him to rap. During the viral Lil Durk face-time recording that he recently put out he expounds on how him and his Brooklyn camp have remained connected with Rondo's people and supported him while he fights to appeal the 39 year sentence he is currently serving for a 2014 murder.

Durk confirmed that the feeling was mutual, noting that Rondo "loves" 6ix9ine. But it appears that Rondo has gotten the sense that Tekashi is taking that love for granted.

"Man, 6ix9ine, man, look this' all I gotta say, man: You say that I inspired you to rap, man? Why the f**k you think I inspired you to rap? Because I rap real s**t and I'm a real f**king n***a. I'm a real n***a, I'm a real f**king savage," Rondo can be heard saying on the call.

He went on to stress that him and the homies don't get down for the clout after issuing a stern warning to hip hop's most infamous troll. "Don't come at my n****s, because we really in this s**t, n***a. "If I'm the one that inspired you to rap, n***a, you better realize who the big dog is," he said.