6ix9ine Finessed The System

So, here we are, son. After about a year of judges, lawyers and copious amounts of snitching, we finally know the fate of Tekashi 6ix9ine. Now, based on the charges he was facing, 6ix9ine could’ve been hit with a minimum of 47 years in prison. However, thanks to telling on everyone in Nine Trey, exposing people’s cards during Spades and revealing who shot Ghost in Power, 6ix9ine’s potential sentence has been DRASTICALLY reduced. *Sigh* I guess snitching really does pay, man.

Ok, for those who missed it, Judge Paul Englemayer officially let 6ix9ine know his future. Side bar, I’m calling him Daniel Hernandez for the rest of this post, fam. The way I see it, he’s not allowed to have a cool rapper name anymore, bruh. Anyway, thanks to Hernandez’ testimony against Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, Anthony “Harv” Ellison, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan and the rest of the Eastern Seaboard, Englemayer gave him a two-year prison sentence. Keep in mind, Hernandez is also getting credit for time served. Meaning, he only has 11 months left behind bars.

Now, thanks to his cooperation, Hernandez’ lawyers hoped that he would be immediately released. However, Englemayer rebuked that theory. According to him, a lot of these crimes wouldn’t have been committed without Hernandez’ help. In fact, a bunch of the attempted hits were against other rappers that Hernandez had issues with. So, Englemayer didn’t just want to let him completely off of the hook.

Taking a step back, I want to briefly talk to the folks who are trying to justify Hernandez’ actions. Listen, he was a WILLING participant in Nine Trey’s fuckery, son. Frankly, he had NO problems with their movements when he was literally authorizing violence on other people (Trippie Redd / Chief Keef). He had NO problems with their movements when he was starting shit with gang members from Los Angeles and Chicago. But, as soon as the energy turned to him, he ratted everyone out. So, nah, the caping has to stop, man. On the real, he’s not a fucking victim here. The way I see it, he invited all of this chaos into his own life. That’s how karma fucking works, fam.

In the end, Hernandez finessed the system, bruh. Ultimately, he’s getting only a small fraction of the consequences for his actions, son. By and by, we’ll see if anybody tries to make a move on him. At the end of the day, he’ll probably be looking over his shoulder for the rest of his life, man. *Sigh* I wonder if the success of “Gummo” was worth it, fam. Probably not, bruh. Probably not. That is all. LC out.

6ix9ine, The Singer

So, here we are, son. The day we all knew would come, man. Now, after a year of sitting in prison, Tekashi 6ix9ine has finally taken the stand against his Nine Trey constituents. All I know is, I don’t really have anything profound to say, fam. Frankly, it is what we thought it would be. 6ix9ine is on the stand singing his ass off, bruh. All in all, a temporary music career wasn’t worth any of this shit, brethren.

Ok, as I stated in the aforementioned paragraph, 6ix9ine is getting his canary on right now. Now, during the first day of his testimony, 6ix9ine outlined the basis of his relationship with Nine Trey. Essentially, he said that his music gave the gang their financial backing and they used that revenue for guns, drugs and other fuckity-fuck shit. In return, he stated that his affiliation with them is the reason for his career. Shit, they gave him the “credibility” that he needed to do/say all of the wild shit he was doing/saying.

Anyway, as of this moment, his former manager, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan has already received a 15-year sentence. Now, thanks to 6ix9ine’s testimony, Aljermiah Mack and Anthony Ellison will probably receive similar fates. The way I see it, for a relationship that only started in 2017, everybody fucking lost here, son. For God‘s sake, one year of being on top of the charts is costing people decades of their life. All I can say is, that isn’t a justifiable outcome, man.

Moving on, I’d like to quickly address all of the people who are excusing 6ix9ine’s snitching. Hell, I keep hearing shit like “they tried to kill him and stole money from him, so why wouldn’t he tell?” Well, here’s why he shouldn’t have told: 6ix9ine, without being under duress, decided to affiliate himself with street dudes. Now, when he decides to pretend like he’s adhering to a certain code, then he has to live with the consequences. The point is, don’t act like a gangsta and then be shocked when gangsta shit happens. On the real, the streets are fucking treacherous, fam. Listen, everything was all good when he was talking recklessly to everyone. But, the minute shit that flipped on him, now he’s a victim? Fuck ALL of that, bruh. A rat is a rat is a rat, folks.

In the end, 6ix9ine is going to need witness protection, a new barber and someone to remove his face tattoos. Ultimately, if he’s ANYWHERE out in the open, someone is gonna take his head off, son. By and by, this is just a ridiculous situation all around. At the of the day, people will do the most nonsensical shit for clout, man. *Sigh* 6ix9ine was an idiot from the jump, fam. That is all. LC out.

Will Anybody Learn From 6ix9ine’s Situation?

So, here we are, son? After all of the trolling and nonstop shenanigans, the shit has finally hit the fan, man. Now, let me be clear, fam. I would never wish this situation on anybody, bruh. Yeah, I’ve been critical of 6ix9ine in the past. All I can say is, I stand by everything I’ve said, brethren. However, there was no reason for his story to go so left, folks. All in all, 6ix9ine’s ordeal needs to be a wake-up call for the young ones out here. Frankly, street shit ain’t nothing to fuck with, people.

Ok, for those living under a rock, Daniel Hernandez, b.k.a. Tekashi 6ix9ine, is in a world of manure. Now, after being picked up by the Feds for all sorts of crimes, 6ix9ine decided to plead guilty. Moving on, in addition to copping to 9 felony charges, he’s also agreed to cooperate with authorities. Meaning, 6ix9ine is about to start telling on all of his Nine Trey brothers. Apparently, he’s already admitted to helping the crew shoot at people, rob people and move drugs.

Listen, I don’t want to seem preachy, but social media championed this nonsense, son. On the real, any time an OG tried to tell 6ix9ine to chill, they were called “haters” or “old” or whatever else, man. Any time someone advised him against his behavior, internet losers said he was “winning” because of his antics. Well, does this look like winning now? I mean, was all of the tomfoolery worth it? Shit, due to his potential cooperation, 6ix9ine might end up in the Witness Protection Program. So, tell me again how he’s “winning,” fam.

In the end, I have nothing else to say, bruh. Ultimately, I hope all of these young cats learn something from this. By and by, there are certain elements that aren’t for play play, son. The streets are definitely one of those elements, man. At the end of the day, I’m certain that 6ix9ine would do all of this differently, man. Sad part is, he’ll most likely never get the chance, fam. *Sigh* C’est la vie, brethren. C’est la vie. LC out.

I Can’t Take This 6ix9ine Album Seriously

Now, based on the title of this post, I know what some people may be thinking. However, my review of 6ix9ine‘s Dummy Boy has nothing to do with the quality of the music, son. Frankly, I don’t care about how good or bad the records are, man. In reality, today’s article is all about the messages being perpetrated in the songs, fam. On the real, in light of 6ix9ine’s current legal situation, everything is in bad taste, bruh. All in all, the same subjects that are being glorified on this album are the exact reasons why that dude is in jail, folks.

Look, I’m going to try and keep this short, son. The fact of the matter is, rappers can’t have it both ways, man. They can’t spit nonstop gangsta shit and then say they ain’t do nothing when the Feds come knocking. Ok, yes, rappers have been lying in their rhymes since the beginning of time. However, given 6ix9ine’s current predicament, it’s surreal to hear some of his bars. I mean, a couple of the new records have a Pop feel to them, but there’s still A LOT of violence in his lyrics, fam. Needless to say, it’s wild to listen to these songs while he’s simultaneously claiming his innocence in court.

Listen, if an artist isn’t really about that life, then knock off the goofy shit, bruh. Like, just the other day, 6ix9ine’s lawyer maintained that the rapper only talked about that hood shit for attention. Well, now he’s got the government’s attention, son. Was it worth it? Helllllll fucking no, man! Point blank, ain’t NO Rap buzz worth a 30-year sentence, fam. Real talk, homie should’ve listened to all of the OG’s who tried to school him. Keeping it a buck, judging from the way he was moving, there was never going to be a positive outcome to this scenario, bruh.

In the end, I hope 6ix9ine’s story is a wake-up call for other artists. Ultimately, the streets aren’t something to be trifled with, son. By and by, Dummy Boy encapsulates everything wrong with how 6ix9ine was living, man. At the end of the day, it would’ve been problematic enough if that was really his lifestyle. All I know is, it’s even worse because it was all an image, fam. An image that will most likely take away YEARS of his freedom. *Sigh* The whole thing is a fucking waste, bruh. That is all. LC out.

6ix9ine Might Be F*cked

So, before I even begin, let me keep it real, son: I don’t have all of the facts on 6ix9ine‘s situation. Now, I know that I’ve been critical of him in the past. Real talk, I stand by everything I’ve said, man. However, for an artist who’s having this type of run, it would’ve behooved him to stay away from the shenanigans. Then again, the shenanigans became a vital component of his success, fam. All I know is, now that the Feds are involved, Tekashi is in a world of shit, bruh.

Ok, for those who missed it, 6ix9ine got helmed up on Sunday. Apparently, the ATF, NYPD AND Homeland Security teamed up to arrest him, along with four other dudes. Now, according to authorities, all of the individuals are part of the Nine Trey set of the Bloods. This includes Kifano “Shottie” Jordan, who was previously 6ix9ine’s manager. Anyway, from what I’m reading, everyone is being charged with racketeering, firearms and drug charges. To add insult to injury, the mandatory minimum is 32 years in prison and the maximum is a life sentence.

Look, as a dude from the Bronx, I don’t play around with stories about street shit, son. Frankly, I can’t confirm none of the shit being reported. However, I don’t have to rock with 6ix9ine to know that he’s in a TERRIBLE position, man. I mean, most people don’t win when fucking with the Feds, fam. For God‘s sake, this bust has allegedly been in the works for five years, bruh. The point is, for them to make a move now, they must feel SUPER confident in their case, folks. All in all, it might really be over for Tekashi. If nothing else, he’s going to get hit with some SERIOUS probation violation.

In the end, I don’t wish death or the Feds on anybody, son. Ultimately, I don’t have to like 6ix9ine to see that this is wasted momentum, man. By and by, we ALL need to watch the circle we keep, fam. Ain’t nothing worse than taking the fall for the people around you. At the end of the day, cats need to leave that street shit alone, bruh. On the real, it never works out for anyone, people. Ever. That is all. LC out.