Tekashi 6ix9ine is Still Trolling After Being Released From One Year Sentence

After being released from prison, Tekashi 6ix9ine is still up to his old trolling ways. Fans have been anticipating the return of the TreWay rapper following his arrest on racketeering charges that originally had the rapper looking at 32 years.

Is it no secret that in order to get the years down, the Gummo rapper had to cooperate with authorities and give details regarding his Trey Nine blood gang members.

The cooperation has earned the rapper the reputation of a “snitch” as celebrities and fans seemed disappointed in the rapper’s actions. Rapper A-Boogie wit Da Hoodie removed Tekashi 69’s verse from his song “Swervin” and rapper, Bobby Shurmda has announced that he didn’t want to be associated with the rapper, resulting in their song, “Stoopid” to be removed from Youtube and other streaming platforms, after hearing of the Tekashi’s snitching ways.

Tekashi was released Thursday morning and is ordered to serve the rest of his time on house arrest. The rapper has broken his silence after making a comment on the ShadeRoom’s Instagram account that stated, “Coming to the rescue” under a post that read “Los Angeles Mayor is Offering Rewards for Snitching on Businesses Violating the City’s Stay at Home Order.”


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A comment made by #Tekashi69’s account was left in #TheShadeRoom just days after he was released from prison ?

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Some people found the comment to be funny and others…..found it pitiful. Fans wonder if the rapper will use his time on house arrest, to release more music.