6ix9ine Threatens to Expose Fellow Rappers Who Snitch, Taunts Snoop Dogg
For the starter, the ‘Gooba’ rapper is seemingly going to expose Snoop for allegedly cooperating with police as he trolls the ‘What’s My Name?’ hitmaker on Instagram.
- May 16, 2020
AceShowbiz – 6ix9ine a.k.a. Tekashi69 refuses to go down alone. After being blasted by people in the hip-hop community for betraying his former gang members, the New York City artist is now threatening to throw other rappers under the bus for allegedly snitching as well.
On Friday, May 15, the 24-year-old star asked for his fans’ opinions on whether he should expose fellow rappers who snitch or not. “Should I just tell you guys what rappers snitched,” he posted on Instagram Stories, letting his followers to vote “yes” or “no.” Claiming he’s got info on it, he boastingly added, “Because they told me EVERYTHING.”
Around the same time, 6ix9ine posted a video of him enjoying his Friday night movie time. In the clip, he’s seen indulging in some food while watching an old interview in which Suge Knight accused Snoop Dogg of being a police informant.
Hinting that he’s going to come at Snoop first should he go with threat, he also commented below The Shade Room’s post about his Story, “@snoopdogg hey sir let’s chat.”
Not done taunting the veteran rap star, he went on trolling the Long Beach native as he posted a screenshot of Google search result which lists the “Gin & Juice” spitter’s age as 48. “they got this wrong didn’t they,” he wrote, adding numerous face with tears of joy emojis.
His threat against fellow snitching rappers aside, 6ix9ine blasted Billboard on the same day for allegedly manipulating Hot 100 chart and preventing his new song “Gooba” from reaching No. 1. In a video, he showed an email that was purportedly sent to major record labels on Thursday, alerting them of the top five which included his single at No. 2 below Doja Cat‘s “Say So” at No. 1.
Later, Billboard sent another email on Thursday night with some changes to the list. The new email purportedly had Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber‘s latest collaboration “Stuck With U” ascending from No. 5 to No. 1, prompting him to question the validity of the number, “[Grande and Bieber] went from being fifth place to first place out of nowhere. So ‘Gooba’ never jumps to No. 1, but Ariana jumps from No. 5 to No. 1?” He also pointed out that Billboard promoted in a tweet signed physical copies of the “Stuck With U” single.
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