DJ Akademiks Says He Was Never Fired – It’s ‘Fake News’

DJ Akademiks Says He Was Never Fired – It’s ‘Fake News’

According to DJ Akademiks, he’ll be coming back to Complex and Twitch sometime this week. Hot New Hip Hop reported on remarks from the social media commentator recently in which he proclaimed that much of the news surrounding his alleged firing was fake.

Hip-hop fans know Akademiks has been feuding with many entertainment industry figures over the last few weeks, including Meek Mill, Freddie Gibbs, and Guapdad 4000. He even got into a brief stint with John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.

Reportedly, his comments about Legend and his wife got him into trouble with both Complex and Twitch. Not long after, Akademiks came out to say he had been suspended from both platforms. Additionally, reports claimed the suspensions were permanent.

On his Twitter account this week, Akademiks claimed he was never banned from anything. He claimed, “Bad News and FAKE news spreads faster than the truth.” Akademiks added that he would be back on Everyday Struggle on Thursday, and would also be back on Twitch around 8:00 pm.

You can see one of his feud-tweets below:

Akademiks also made some words for his enemies, including Meek Mill, Freddie Gibbs, Ben Baller, and Guapdad. He urged them to “try again next time,” because it didn’t work.

According to the social media personality, he’ll be back to business on Friday, including a streaming session of two new songs from Drake. As it was noted above, Akademiks has been all over the headlines lately, including earlier this year when he and Tekashi 6ix9ine did a Livestream together.

Both figures put Meek Mill on blast, describing him as one of the biggest hypocrites of all. In fact, even 50 Cent addressed Meek’s reputation, insinuating there were some logical and moral inconsistencies between who Meek chooses to spend his time around and his purported moral values and aims.

Akademiks and 6ix9ine, on the other hand, have continued hanging out and posting social media content together. Ironically, Akademiks was one of the first to get his hands on court pictures and recordings of Tekashi 6ix9ine.