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Lil Nas X Reveals Tekashi 6ix9ine Slid In His DMs After The Snitch Posts Homophobic Joke

Source: Bernard Smalls / @PhotosByBeanz83 Tekashi 6ix9ine is definitely good at trolling, but he just learned that Lil Nas X is even better at the social media skill. The informant, for whatever reason, thought it was a good idea to try the “Old Town Road” crafter on Instagram posting a derogatory and homophobic comment about Lil Nas X in a DJ Akademik’s post about China requiring foreign visitors to undergo anal COVID-19 swabs. In his joke that missed epically, 6ix9ine wrote that Nas X has “entered the chat.” In response, Lil Nas X showed the “GUMMO” “rapper” that his troll game is way better sharing a screenshot of Tekashi 6ix9ine in his DMs shooting his shot sending flirty messages asking “Yo,” before inquiring, “Gonna be in ya city soon what you doing lol?” accompanied by a heart emoji...

Loco Logic: Tekashi 6ix9ine Says He’s Not A “Snitch”, Says His Crew Wasn’t Loyal

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital After turning states evidence against his former homies turned extorters and baby mama smashers, Tekashi 6ix9ine is looking to salvage whatever reputation he has left (he has none) by astonishingly claiming he’s not a snitch or a rat. No, seriously. The rap troll who went from being one of the most popular rappers in the game to the most prolific government informant in Hip-Hop history is now telling TMZ that he doesn’t consider working with the feds “snitching.” During a Live with TMZ, Tekashi justified his tattletale ways by invoking the “loyalty” argument and how his crew betrayed him first by kidnapping him, beating him and of course, robbing him of stacks of cash. After saying he has beefed with all coasts during his run (he did), Tekashi asks TMZ “D...

Sunken Place Stool Pigeon Tekashi69 Sued For Not Paying His Armed Security, Allegedly

Source: PYMCA / Getty Tekashi’s reputation continues to sink farther and farther into the struggle. He is now being accused of finessing the folks who protected him when things got really hot. As spotted on Page Six, the Brooklyn rapper is facing his second lawsuit this month. Some of his former security detail claims he never paid them for their services. According to the article, the staff held him down back in 2018 after he got kidnapped and when he seemingly had problems with rappers on every coast. Metropolitan Patrol, an agency based out of California, filed papers again him on Monday, March 1 stating they were contracted by him on November 1, 2018, for protection. The documents declare that they watched his every move while he was in Los Angeles with armed officers and armored ...

Dancer Claims Professional Snitch Tekashi69 Hit Her With A Champagne Bottle At Strip Club

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital It seems Tekashi 6ix9ine might have to return to the place that made him infamous; the courtroom. A dancer has hit him with a lawsuit after he allegedly hit her. As spotted on TMZ, the Brooklyn native is being accused of doing the absolute most at a gentleman’s club in Miami. The write-up states that he and his crew paid a visit to the Gold Rush Cabaret, no relation to Nicky Santoro, on February 20. While enjoying the night out, things got a bit hairy after someone allegedly called him a snitch. Dancer Alexis Salaberrios says that the troll threw a champagne bottle at the individual who slandered him, but like many of his most recent songs, it missed. The bubbly ended up striking her in the head instead. As expected, she has filed legal paperwork see...

Tekashi’s Baby Mama Fears His Mouth Will Make Them A Target

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Even with a well-documented history of snitching on half of Brooklyn and inexplicably calling Jim Jones a “retired rapper,” Tekashi 6ix9ine still talks as if he’s still got the Nine Trey muscle to back him up (he does not). His baby mama fears his reckless mouth will get her and their daughter touched. Speaking to TMZ, Sara Molina says that Tekashi’s recent back-and-forth with the likes of Lil Reese and 600 Breezy has her worrying that his trolling ways will have his enemies looking to hurt her or their daughter as Tekashi has paid security out his rainbow wazoo. Knowing that Tekashi has feds watching and protecting him at all times, 6ix9ine’s rivals know better than to try to put hands on him (something Tekashi uses to his advantage), but would they actu...

Snitch 101: Director Details Making Of ‘Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine’

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Snitches are said to get stiches but Hip-Hop’s biggest stool pigeon got a cable television film made about him. But the man behind it insists it doesn’t celebrate the rainbow haired troll. As spotted on Deadline, Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine has finally premiered and the public is now getting a better idea of how the Brooklyn native became Rap’s most notorious figure. The unauthorized three-part docuseries explores the roots of the first-generation Mexican and Puerto Rican kid from Bushwick, Brooklyn named Daniel Hernandez. In an exclusive interview director Karam Gill discusses how the project came to be. “Initially, I didn’t want to do the project… he’s not a person at first that I wanted to do a project on, but as I started to ...

Snitch 101: Director Details Making Of ‘Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine’

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Snitches are said to get stiches but Hip-Hop’s biggest stool pigeon got a cable television film made about him. But the man behind it insists it doesn’t celebrate the rainbow haired troll. As spotted on Deadline, Supervillain: The Making Of Tekashi 6ix9ine has finally premiered and the public is now getting a better idea of how the Brooklyn native became Rap’s most notorious figure. The unauthorized three-part docuseries explores the roots of the first-generation Mexican and Puerto Rican kid from Bushwick, Brooklyn named Daniel Hernandez. In an exclusive interview director Karam Gill discusses how the project came to be. “Initially, I didn’t want to do the project… he’s not a person at first that I wanted to do a project on, but as I started to ...

Tekashi 6ix9ine Docuseries Director Calls Him “A Truly Horrible Human Being”

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital For a minute there it really seemed like Tekashi 6ix9ine’s post-snitching comeback was actually going to happen. After creating himself a buzz and having fans praising his return, his last album flopped big time and he’s since gone back into hiding. Then he ran into Meek Mill and all of a sudden everyone’s talking about him again. Now he’s once again getting a little shine as the director of an upcoming docuseries about the rainbow-haired rapping government informant bad mouthed him to Page Six. Talking about what he’s learned about Tekashi throughout the making of his docuseries, Supervillain, Karam Gill called Snitch9ine “a truly horrible human being,” but did concede that the “Gummo” rapper was a “social media mastermind” with an uncanny abil...

Snitches Get Sued: Tekashi 6ix9ine Sued By Robbery Victims

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital While the men he helped put behind bars might have a hard time exacting revenge on him for his ship sinkin’ loose lips, Tekashi 6ix9ine will have a harder time dodging some other people looking for a little retribution. According to TMZ, the most feared troll in the rap game turned states evidence has now found himself being haunted by the ghosts of victims past as he’s being sued by a few people his former Trey Nine Bloods crew robbed at gunpoint a few years ago. Seketha Wonzer and Kevin Dozier just filed suit against the rapper, claiming he was part of the criminal conspiracy set in motion in April 2018 that led to them getting bum-rushed and robbed at gunpoint in NYC — something Tekashi himself testified and pled guilty to in federal court. Apparently ...

Snitches Get Sued: Tekashi 6ix9ine Sued By Robbery Victims

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital While the men he helped put behind bars might have a hard time exacting revenge on him for his ship sinkin’ loose lips, Tekashi 6ix9ine will have a harder time dodging some other people looking for a little retribution. According to TMZ, the most feared troll in the rap game turned states evidence has now found himself being haunted by the ghosts of victims past as he’s being sued by a few people his former Trey Nine Bloods crew robbed at gunpoint a few years ago. Seketha Wonzer and Kevin Dozier just filed suit against the rapper, claiming he was part of the criminal conspiracy set in motion in April 2018 that led to them getting bum-rushed and robbed at gunpoint in NYC — something Tekashi himself testified and pled guilty to in federal court. Apparently ...

Rainbow-Hair Rap Snitch’s Baby Mama Calls Him Out On IG

Source: @JustInMyView / R1 Digital Anyone who still follows Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s struggle yet somewhat successful career knows that his relationship with his baby mama, Sara Monlina, is as strained as his relationship to the streets. With that being the case, Molina has mostly steered clear of even mentioning his name on her social media, but after Tekashi allegedly referred to their daughter as “that little girl,” Sara promptly aired out the rainbow haired rapper on her IG story for disrespecting the child they share together. After initially calling him “punk b*tch,” Molina went in on her second post and broke down what her beef was with her snitch of a baby daddy. “Imma just leave it here I haven’t spoke ‘Bad’ on him for a while and when I speak on him I speak on the situations that were b...

Hulu’s Tekashi 6ix9ine Struggle Documentary Is Low Quality Just Like His Bars

Source: PYMCA / Getty To many a Hip-Hop head, Tekashi 6ix9ine has always been considered a “struggle rapper” regardless of how many times he topped the Billboard charts or how much money he earned with his mediocre records. His lyrical content has always been linked to the struggle and now he has a documentary to match. According to Yahoo, Hulu quietly released their Tekashi 6ix9ine documentary, ’69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez is the kind of mess you’d expect from a rapper who’s seemingly been all over the place in his young and short career. Directed by Vikram Gandhi, the documentary delves deep into the somewhat public life of the 24-year-old Brooklyn rapper and though it seems to be informative, it also lacks the kind of inside information that would make ...

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