Tekashi 6ix9ine seems to be in a hustle to avoid a long prison term. It is after he pleads guilty to federal racketeering allegations against him.
Moreover, the rapper may need to affirm in open court against a some of his supposed partners in the violent Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods street posse.
The possibility of Tekashi turning “snitch” has left the hip-hop network separated, as indicated by the site Hotnewhiphop.com. A few fans trust the rainbow-haired “Gummo” star returns home soon to make more music. They expect him to sparkle more fights and work up more drama on Instagram.
In any case, others insultingly call the 22-year-old “Tekashi SnitchNine.” They have faith in adhering to “the law of the lanes, not the courts”. They also say that “snitches aren’t welcomed,” Hotnewhiphop.com included.
Presently before Tekashi’s capture in November, a few claimed Nine Trey member were caught on wiretap threatening to “end” him for betraying them. In an early court hearing, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan, the rapper’s previous supervisor and a supposed Nine Trey Bloods pioneer, allegedly declared, “We don’t fold, we don’t bend, we don’t break. It’s Tr3yway.”
In any case, from that point forward, Jordan has joined Tekashi and a few other claimed Nine Trey members. He has asked them to concede to weapons, opiates and different charges in the rambling government examination.
I imagine that it relies upon what his base is eager to acknowledge, humorist, radio host and social analyst D.L. Hughley said in an appearance on VladTV. The YouTube show facilitated by DJ Vlad. “I think it’s primarily up to his fans.”
Be that as it may, as Hughley and Vlad noticed, the “snitch” issue is entangled.
Nonetheless, Boskoe100 said, “Times are changing.”