It all started after Tekashi 69, shared a video of himself watching a documentary where Suge Knight discusses how some gang members end up staying out of trouble by becoming informants for the police.
In the clip, Suge lumps Snoop in with that group. But, he doesn’t clearly come out and say Snoop ever ratted on anyone. Of course, Tekashi then posted himself watching the video, acting like it is proof other huge rappers have also help authorities in the past.
That’s not all…
He didn’t stop there, Tekashi also posted a message on Instagram, saying, “Should I just tell you guys what rappers snitched? Because they told me EVERYTHING When I started.”
Translation — During his time as a snitch, the feds in NY told him what other rappers they have worked within the past.
Tekashi didn’t name any names, but he posted a message to Snoop Dogg saying, “Welcome to the family.” As you can imagine, Snoop went OFF on Tekashi and clarified the situation with Suge Knight.
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“N* know I ain’t have nothing to do with surge knight getting time we had the same lawyers. This rat reaching calling me a snithc and FYI He most likely drew up the papers he do work with the police. Suge and me on great terms now so if I told on him we would never be cool and that’s a fact clown. Now carry on and stary tuned for the tattle tales move and record you lil ***.” Snoop posted.
“?? That’s funny ? boy Lace front ?” Snopp also posted below the video. Adding, “I’m innocent ??.”
As we reported, several famous rap artists were upset anyone would promote someone like Tekashi 6ix9ine and went public with their feelings, during the week Tekashi was released from prison.
“They gotta stop pushing this ? all these media outlets making snitching cool I’m old school f*** 69 and everybody pushing his line right now all New York. Gz,” Snoop posted on Instagram.
He contiuned, “Feel me on this and if u don’t f*** u2. ?? @meekmill If u allow sucka shit then u a sucka. Love u cuz stay sucka free.”
A few fans made the point, this isn’t really a joke. “Y’all gotta stop giving this kid energy. He really thinks this is funny but his life is at stake,” one person posted.
In the end, Snoop shared a music video called, “Tattle Tales” on his Instagram which includes a montage of Tekashi 69 and his admissions of being a rat and a fake gangster.