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“The Breakfast Club” says 6ix9ine is not welcome back on show

“That young man has a target on his back,” Charlamagne said.

Charlamagne Tha god and 6ix9ine

If Tekashi 6ix9ine is looking for a place to give his first interview after he is released from prison, he can take “The Breakfast Club” off that list. The trio wants nothing to do with 6ix9ine after he is released from prison and they each have their own reasons for not wanting to do so.

“You decided to tell on everyone that you was just riding on,” Envy said. “You turned on everybody. You get released and now you’re rewarded for it? I just don’t necessarily think it’s a message that I want to do. I don’t want to promote to kids that you go wild and do some stupid ish and you just go tell on the people you’ve done and all of a sudden you come out and can put out records and it’s all cool.”

Charlamagne believes that 6ix9ine doesn’t offer anything of educational value. “When we sit down with someone, it has to entertain or educate or possibly both,” Charlamagne said. “Would it be entertaining? I’m sure it would be. But I think it could absolutely send the wrong message. There’s a lot of miseducation in that 6ix9ine situation.” He continued, “That young man has a target on his back. He needs to come home and figure out his life. Figure out who he is as a man before he jumps into the character of 6ix9ine. Daniel Hernandez has to do some soul searching.”

6ix9ine will reportedly be released from prison this week. He just cut a record deal for $10 million from his record label 10K Projects, but we are sure that a lot of that money will be spent on round-the-clock security. He will allegedly be putting out two albums, one is English and one in Spanish.

Do you think “The Breakfast Club” should let 6ix9ine give his first interview as a free man there?

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