Over the last couple of years, there have been several discussions about the snitching scene in hip-hop. Although there were snitches long before the 6ix9ine. The rainbow-haired rapper has been the main driver behind many of the discussions today. 6ix9ine responds to Bobby Shmurda’s comments about rappers snitching.
Some people believe that snitches are one of the worst things to happen. Still, for others, they’re just a symbol of how citizens are not considered to be civilians. No civilian should be expected to be responsible for another’s.
On DJ Akademiks’ “Off The Record” podcast, Bobby Shmurda spoke about snitching and how many musicians have had it in one way or another. Shmurda stated that the majority of those in the industry are simply civilians. However, the civilians who aren’t civilians have to stop claiming to be something they’re not. Since it’s not sending an accurate message to youngsters listening and watching.
6ix9ine was awed by the comments and decided to weigh into the conversation. 6ix9ine was able to discuss Migos and remark on how he assisted Bobby even while he was in jail. This was an odd turn of events at best. The incident upset the rapper in some way. 6ix9ine responds to Bobby and doesn’t agree with the comments.
“I have never seen Migos throw Bobby on a track while they were in prison. Talk of “real nikkas,” but once the rapper returned, they were eager to join his party to become hot. So I’m not owed anything, and I threw him $40,000 in prison after he was being stoopid,” 6ix9ine wrote.
6ix9ine re-entered the music scene just a few days back, so it comes as no surprise that he’s determined to be a significant player. Making noise was always his objective, and he’s accomplished that after the launch of the album “GINE.”