Meek Mill, Desus Nice, The Kid Mero, and more of hip hop react to Tekashi 6ix9ine’s testimony
Hip hop has taken their thoughts to social media about the rapper’s testimony in court and REVOLT TV shares some of those messages.
The rapper is no stranger to courtrooms and he has finally completed his first day on the stand. The internet sat back and heard about his testimony in trial against Trippie Redd and no one was here for it. Robberies, assaults, and drugs, he admitted to it all. It only took 6ix9ine one day after his arrest for him to coordinate with police officials.
As REVOLT previously reported, 6ix9ine has admitted to his role in the Nine Trey gang. The rapper says that his role was to “make money for the gang and distribute that money among Nine Trey members.” According to other sources, he also admitted in court to being a member of the gang who engages in “shooting at people, robbing people and, at times, drug trafficking.”
On the stand, the 23-year-old recording artist looked nervous, contrary to his online persona. He described his relationship with the Nine Trey Bloods, where he provided details of how he became a revenue stream for the gangs illicit activities. His testimony took a wild plot twist that had everyone up in arms. 6ix9ine stated: “Trippie Redd was part of Five Nine Brims.” Celebrities in hip hop quickly jumped on social media to share their thoughts about the rappers confessions in court, and REVOLT TV shares some of those messages.
Comedy duo Desus Nice and The Kid Mero took to their social media to express their thoughts on the trial. The Kid Mero boldly states: “LEMME GET OUTTA HERE BEFORE TEKASHI SAYS IM A GANG MEMBER”
Media pro and creative at Bleacher Report, Kazeem Famiyude, went to Twitter to add fuel to the fire. In his trail of posts, he continued with a comedic GIF to expand on 6ix9ine’s “snitching.”
With exact details from his testimony still stirring around within the world wide web, one thing is for certain: Tekashi 6ix9ine will need to be in solitary confinement.