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Casanova doesn’t feel sorry for 6ix9ine’s former associates in federal case

“I don’t feel sorry for them at all.”

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Despite what others might think, Casanova has no ill feelings towards 6ix9ine and his federal case.

During a conversation on “Ebro in the Morning,” Casanova shared his thoughts on the situation that has hip hop buzzing. The Brooklyn rapper stated that he knows what it’s like to have people turn their back on him.

“Before he went to jail, we was cool. I ain’t have no problem with him,” he said. “I feel like every single person in the United States turned their back on me, especially in New York. My music went from playing every second to ‘Set Trippin’ not even playing on the radio.”

He continued, “Even the people calling him, whatever they callin’ him... Shut the f--k up, ‘cause y’all was suckin’ his d--k -- pardon my language -- y’all was suckin’ his d--k. When I was outside, acting a fool and sneakin’ in clubs and trying to look for him and stuff like that, it’s, ‘Cas, you a bully. You ain’t got no hits...’ I ain’t got nothing bad to say about him. Y’all deal with that. All them n---as that’s with him, I don’t feel sorry for them at all,” he said. “They went down the wrong route to begin with.”

TMZ recently reported that 6ix9ine’s former associates, Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, are currently facing some trouble. Judge Matthew Russell Lee ruled that Ellison was guilty of 6ix9ine’s “kidnapping in aid of racketeering...racketeering conspiracy and maiming and assault with a dangerous weapon in aid of racketeering. As for Mack, he was found not guilty of kidnapping, but guilty of “racketeering conspiracy and narcotics trafficking.”

During 6ix9ine’s trial, the Dummy Boy rapper implicated Trippie Redd and Casanova as gang members, however, that appears to be a thing of the past. Check out Casanova’s interview below.

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