- Rapper Snoop Dogg was annoyed by Tekashi 6ix9ine's fanbase and decided to speak out
- The US celebrity said Tekashi did not deserve the overwhelming support he was getting as he betrayed his friends and former gang members
- Snoop said he was old school and did not support snitching so the whole thing stank and did not make sense to him
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American rapper Snoop Dogg has had it up to here with people who worship and spread their love towards former convict Tekashi 6ix9ine.
Snoop decided to throw shade towards Tekashi after the latter’s new song Gooba garnered millions of views in less than 24 hours.
Snoop - through a comment on Instagram - likened the young rapper to a rat and asked people to stop praising the youngster for no good reason.
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Briefly.co.za learned that according to Snoop the 23-year-old turned against his close associates just to bag himself a lighter prison sentence and that was something to be frowned upon.
Snoop argued that a lot of media outlets were giving the young artist unnecessary attention and that made snitching look cool.
“They have to stop pushing this rat. All these media outlets are making snitching cool. I am old school so I do not support anyone pushing his line right now,” he said angrily.
Tekashi hit a new record on Instagram when his live video garnered more than two million views.
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The 23-year-old of course also has a huge legion of haters ready to gut him after he betrayed his gang members while in prison.
The rapper entered a plea bargain in 2019 that saw him being sentenced to two years in prison instead of the initial 47.
The celebrity, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, pleaded guilty to racketeering among other offences.
He used to be a member of a gang named Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods that was involved in numerous shady deals.
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