Following 6ix9ine’s testimony against Nine Trey Gangsta Blood members, Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, many members of the hip hop community have shared their thoughts on the situation.
On Tuesday (Sept. 24), TMZ caught up with The Game who kept things very candid. Surprisingly, Game admitted that he feels bad for the 23-year-old. “I feel sad for that kid, man,” Game told TMZ. “I feel sad for a lot of kids getting into this s--t and don’t know what they doing, man, claiming to be something they not. And, you know, this is how it turns out.”
He continued, “At this point, I guess he gotta do what he gotta do to save himself, but snitching ain’t the way partna. That’s trash. You gotta do the time. You gonna do the crime, you gotta do the time. I don’t care how long it is, we ain’t snitching out here.”
In addition to The Game, T.I. recently weighed in on the topic as well. The Atlanta rapper feels as though 6ix9ine will not have any problems once he is released from prison. “They riding ‘round with somebody they know done told in they hood right now, because, ‘Well, he didn’t tell on me.’ This cat can come home and throw parties and the parties be popping. It be full,” T.I. continued. “If motherf—kers don’t f—k with rats, how the hell is this party so packed? And everybody know how cous’ came home. Everybody know what happened.”
Over the course of three days, 6ix9ine took the stand to testify against his former crew and implicated Jim Jones and Trippie Redd as gang members. Originally, the “FEFE” rapper was facing a minimum of 47 years, however, he could get out as early as next year with his plea deal.