Tekashi 6ix9ine is out of the jail and the trolling has begun – and it doesn’t appear as if he will ever let up. The “Goomba” rapper has been out of jail for about 2 months and he’s making it clear that he has music to promote. His latest target is one of the godfathers of West Coast Hip-Hop, Snoop Dogg himself.
The Doggfather has been speaking out against Tekashi’s “snitching” antics for a long while now, along with many other hip-hop artists. “Snitching” or working with the police is one of the 5 pillars of the hip-hop “Do Not Do This” list but 6ix9ine seems to not understand that and has been openly working with the Federal government as a witness.
He’s flipped and said things about a lot of artists during his trial and other escapades. The list includes himself, his managers and rappers like Cardi B and even Jim Jones from The Diplomats. While in prison, he was moved repeatedly for safety and just a few weeks ago, the address to the house where he’s on arrest was leaked, causing him to move. He was released early back in April due to coronavirus concerns.
Many have spoken out against his antics for the obvious reasons but some have tried to give the young rapper a warning, telling him that his antics can either get him killed. Radio personality Charlamagne Tha God was one of the first and since the news about Tekashi’s recent interactions with Snoop Dogg, Meek Mill and others has come into the light, he’s spoken up once again.
“My prediction is the same predication as it was two years ago and I was right. You end up in jail or dead. And if you already went to jail and didn’t learn from that, what is next? Y’all think that’s funny, but I’m 41. That s–t ain’t funny to me. I don’t like seeing self-destruction,” Charlamagne said.
Self-destruction might indeed be the name of the game, now that Snoop’s been added to the long list of people being trolled. The drama picked up Friday night, when 6ix9ine posted an Instagram story asking fans if he should reveal which rappers have also snitched, “because they told me everything when I started.”
The Shade Room shared a screenshot of the story on an in Instagram post, which received a comment from 6ix9ine: “@snoopdogg hey sir let’s chat.” To make matters worse, he left another comment that insinuated Snoop had also turned witness on Suge Knight, the label head responsible for Death Row Records, Snoop’s start, and who is also in jail currently.
Snoop of course denied those allegations, claiming that him and Suge were on great terms and that if he had indeed snitched, they wouldn’t be. Things took a decidedly darker turn even more recently, when 6ix9ine posted an alleged video of Snoop cheating on his wife with an Instagram model, Celina Powell.
The pair have been fighting over social media due to the fact that Snoop’s facing rumors that he’s been cheating on his wife Powell – and Tekashi had the receipts. He posted the video on his Instagram and simultaneously tagged Snoop’s wife in the post as well.
“For 2 years while I was in jail PEOPLE STARTED WITH ME trying to end my career and it didn’t work now they say LEAVE ME ALONE 😂😂😂 this the world we live in GO APOLOGIZE TO YA WIFE @bosslady_ent.” The video allegedly shows Celina Powell kicking it in Snoop’s house and the other has Powell facetiming with Snoop on her phone getting ready to meet up.
Snoop finally had enough and posted a video of himself warning the rapper against taking this course of action against him, calling him “rat boy” and a “funky dog-head, rainbow-head, dog-head b—h,” before menacingly tilting the camera up and away from his face.
While this hasn’t escalated to violence as of yet, the darker overtones that this “beef” is beginning to take seems to be getting out of hand.