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Tekashi 6ix9ine Trolls Gunna For Snitch Video

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Tekashi 6ix9ine has been on a rampage since being released from prison, taking aim at anybody and everybody in an attempt to steal the thunder back. It has worked thus far, resulting in a #3 debut on the Billboard Hot 100 with his return single and a couple of broken records on Instagram Live and YouTube. 

With an album releasing tonight, Gunna was surprised to see an old video of him go viral again, in which he speaks about his cousin's murder charge. The rapper has been accused of snitching because of the video and everyone's favorite (or least favorite) federal informant chimed in with his own take.

Sharing a video of Gunna doing donuts in his whip at the airport, DJ Akademiks probably saw this fate coming for Young Wunna. Tekashi 6ix9ine slid into the comments and did his work, clocking in and pulling troll duties on the YSL Records stand-out.

"Every cop loves donuts," wrote 6ix9ine. 

Is he speaking from experience? As you all know, 6ix9ine is a glorified snitch. He's seemingly accepting Gunna as a member of the club, which the rapper has also declined an invitation to.

He previously addressed the viral video on The Breakfast Club.

"Man I don't know what the fuck that's about, Crime Stoppers what? I ain't never stopped a crime. Never," said Gunna. "Yes that's me, but that wasn't no Crime Stoppers."



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