Tekashi 6ix9ine just broke his silence after being released from a New York prison, and you are never going to believe what conversation he decided to get himself into…ya, it’s about snitching!!
The ‘Gummo’ rapper just dropped a comment on an Instagram post by ‘The Shade Room’ and the topic centered around people snitching on neighborhood businesses who are violating the cities stay-at-home orders.
The post said, “Los Angeles Mayor Is Offering Rewards for Snitching On Businesses Violating The City’s Stay-At-Home Order.”
Just wait until you see what he responded…
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“Coming to the rescue,” 6ix9ine commented publically on the page.
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Now, we have to say, it is POSSIBLE someone else is running his Instagram account at this point…but no one has posted anything since he was arrested back in 2018.
Plus, this is exactly the type of trolling online the rapper used to do before he was locked up.
Breaking his silence on prison release in this fashion is either the funniest thing we have ever seen or the worst possible thing he could be speaking about at this point.
Instagram exploded with comments and opinions on the subject, with some outright questioning if it is genius or just straight dangerous.
“y’all think this is funny, that’s the sick part. snitching shouldn’t be glorified,” one person wrote. “A rapper capitalizing off snitching? Never seen that before. Don’t know if it’s dangerous or genius,” another added.
“And this new generation is going to welcome this clown right back with open arms,” a person said angrily.
One fan of his responded, “He so smart, he’s playing into it, he like I’ll label myself a snitch before they destroy me with it ??”
As we reported, Tekashi 69 was released from New York prison after the judge in his criminal case agreed he was at risk of serious illness if he catches the virus.
Tekashi begged the court to release him early, saying he suffers from a bad case of asthma and could die from the disease if infected.
Tekashi 6ix9ine is going to be kept on a VERY tight leash while out on house arrest, including a GPS monitoring device worn on his ankle and daily check-ins with his probation officer.
The judge’s order was VERY specific about what the rapper must due once he is released from prison:
The defendant shall serve the first four months of supervised release on home incarceration, to be enforced by GPS monitoring, at an address approved by the defendant’s probation officer;
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the defendant must remain at his residence except to seek any necessary medical treatment or to visit his attorney, in each instance with prior notice and approval by the Probation Department;
In the event the Probation Department is unable to implement GPS monitoring upon the defendant’s release, the defendant is ordered to have daily contact with the defendant’s probation officer through videoconferencing technology until GPS monitoring is implemented.