Snitches get stitches…or at least clowned on social media.
After testifying in court against former members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, and accusing Cardi B, Jim Jones, and Trippie Redd of being gang members, 6ix9ine is feeling the heat. His snitching has inspired numerous memes and received backlash from other rappers including Snoop Dogg, Meek Mill, and 50 Cent.
Fifty, who once considered 6ix9ine a protégé, couldn’t help but weigh in while promoting his show “Power.” He posted a meme featuring a courtroom sketch of the rainbow-haired rapper. In the meme, the judge asks, “Is that all?” to which Tekashi replies, “…and Tommy killed Angela Valdez,” a reference to the characters on “Power.”
When asked about Tekashi during a recent interview with “The Breakfast Club,” 50 was quick to distance himself. “He’s his mother’s child now,” he said. “After you do shit like that, you’re your mama’s child. Don’t call me.”
Snoop, who’s been an outspoken critic of Tekashi, also joined the meme party. He posted a photo of 69 in court with the caption: “I’m tellin’ on everybody!! Snoop ain’t a real dog. Trix ain’t just for kids. We knew about the hit on Mufasa ahead of time. Cardi B’s real name is Carlos. And R. Kelly peed on me too.” He captioned it with the rat emojis.
He also shared another meme that tried to define S.N.I.T.C.H as an acronym for “Sorry Ni**a I’m Tryna Come Home.” But Snoop wasn’t feeling it. “never have never will,” he wrote in his caption.
The comedy also wasn’t lost on Vince Staples, who joked about Tekashi’s testimony. “Did 69 tell on you? Find out next time, on Dragon Ball Z,” he tweeted.
Did 69 tell on you? Find out next time, on Dragon Ball Z.
— Vince Staples (@vincestaples) September 18, 2019
During his three-day testimony against Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack and Anthony “Harv” Ellison of the Nine Trey Bloods, 6ix9ine identified Trippie Redd, Jim Jones, and Cardi B as gang members. The latter clarified that she is affiliated with the Brims subset of the Bloods gang and not Nine Trey, which is Tekashi’s former gang.
In return for his cooperation with the feds, 6ix9ine will likely receive a reduced sentence. He could be released from prison early next year.