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Tekashi 6ix9ine Asks “Why Everybody Callin’ Me A Snitch?” Amid Release From Prison

Tekashi 6ix9ine Asks “Why Everybody Callin’ Me A Snitch?” Amid Release From Prison

Tekashi 6ix9ine Asks "Why Everybody Callin' Me A Snitch?" Amid Release From Prison
Photo by Marco Bertorello/AFP via Getty Images
Tekashi 6ix9ine Asks "Why Everybody Callin' Me A Snitch?" Amid Release From Prison
Photo by Marco Bertorello/AFP via Getty Images

Seems like Tekashi is back to his trolling ways.

Tekashi 6ix9ine has addressed the “snitch” label that came about following his testimony against the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods last year.

READ: Tekashi 6ix9ine Released Early From Prison as COVID-19 Cases Rise Nationwide

In a very Tekashi way, the former rapper used his Instagram bio to address the label, with the bio currently reading: “Why everybody callin me a snitch? I’m missin something?” His profile picture also finds him in a prison jumpsuit laying on a mouse trap as he’s about to eat a piece of cheese, presumably a reference to him also being called a “rat.”

Prior to the bio change, Tekashi had made light of the snitch label when he commented on a post The Shade Room had made about Los Angeles Eric Garcetti offering rewards to people willing to tell on non-essential businesses (as well as regular people) who were violating the city’s stay-at-home order. Tekashi’s comment is still available to view on the post.

 

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TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh ___ Finish this sentence, “snitches get ____.” In Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s words, “rewards” would fill in the blank as he’s encouraging people to rat on others who aren’t following the city’s stay-at-home order. ___ It’s a lot different from the saying we grew up knowing but apparently since the “safer at home” order in California was instituted, Los Angeles city officials have received multiple reports about businesses violating the order. ___ “If any non-essential businesses continue to operate in violation of the stay at home order, we’re going to act to enforce the safer at home order and ensure their compliance,” he said, according to @cbsla. ___ “You know the old expression about snitches, well in this case snitches get rewards,” Garcetti said. “We want to thank you for turning folks in and making-click the link in our bio to read more.📸: @gettyimages

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Tekashi’s motion for “compassionate release” was granted on Thursday, April 2. He will be on supervised release and is set to serve the first four months on home incarceration.

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