Snoop Dogg says Tekashi 6ix9ine went berserk on the witness stand during the Nine Trey Bloods trial.
Snoop Dogg has not held back from sharing his thoughts on Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s infamous legal woes since the onset of the 23-year-old rapper’s controversial court trial. Snoop being an OG, of course, was not very supportive of 69’s decision to rat on his friends and gang associates. During a recent interview on Howard Stern’s radio show, Snoop Dogg, along with Seth Rogen, discussed the issue of whistle-blowing at length; and Snoop shared some more thoughts on his disapproval of the controversial situation.
The “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rapper admitted that he spent a year behind bars before he was a celebrity and therefore knows first hand how grim the inside can be. However, Snoop maintained that squealing is against “the rules and regulations” and should not be considered a get-out-of-jail-free card.
When Howard suggested that 69 only wanted to stay out of jail, Snoop said, “But when did that become the get out of jail pass? Because my thing is, if me and Seth go commit a crime right now and me and him decide to tell on each other, that means one of us gets out or do we both go to jail?” Snoop asked rhetorically.
On the topic of Tekashi’s freedom, Howard asked the question that has been on everybody’s mind. “Isn’t he going to be in big trouble?” to which Snoop responded, “Come on, you know the rules and regulations to this sh*t. Snitches get stitches.” Snoop Dogg agreed that 69 was a “crazy motherf***r” for what he did.
Based on his tone, Snoop was especially appalled at the extensive nature of the “Fefe” rapper’s testimony. “I’ve heard of people telling on each other, ratting on the organization but he ratted on other organizations on top of his organization, his friends, his people. I mean he just went berserk. That motherf***r sang like Aretha Franklin,” Snoop said.
It’s fair to say Snoop Dogg will never support Snitch9. It’s certainly understandable as he is not only an experienced inmate but an OG rapper who abides by the unwritten rules of the game.