Tekashi 6ix9ine who just got released, explains why he snitched on his gang members
After Takashi 6ix9ine release, he made an Instagram live video which had over 2million people join in just few mins.
6ix9ine was sentenced in December after he testified against members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang.
However, this deal earned him leniency from charges that could have subjected him to a mandatory minimum 37 years in prison
The crimes Takashi was charged for included orchestrating a shooting in which an innocent bystander was wounded.
Judge Paul Engelmayer U.S. District ordered the release of Tekashi 6ix9ine on April 2.
Paul called for him to serve the last four months of his 2 years sentence at an undisclosed location.
This is over concerns that the rapper who has asthma, would be at risk of Coronavirus in federal prison.
In the live video, Tekashi addressed being labeled a snitch after testifying against his gang members during the trial.
Firing back at those who questioned his loyalty,
he wondered where the loyalty was when his gang members were sleeping with his baby mama,
beating him up and sharing the video on social media, trying to kidnap his mother and also calling a rival gang to kill him.
The 24 years old rapper described himself as a living legend
as he pointed out that many people thought it was over for him after he flipped on his gang mates.
In his words, He said ;
“You know why people so mad?
Cuz they thought it was over for me.
They counted me out. Oh, yo, you ratted…it’s over for you.
You all could never. Y’all could never cooperate with the government and come back.
Y’all could never do that. I’m a living legend at the age of 24 years old.”
Watch video below: