Tekashi 69 continues to question the “rap game” for being quiet when it comes to snitching as he pulls up paperwork on Boston Richey.
Keeping the same energy when it comes to labeling someone a snitch is all Tekashi 69 is asking for. According to the Brooklyn rapper, hip hop has been quiet on those who had snitched. Tekashi was hit with the snitch label back in 2019 when he testified against Nine Trey, which resulted in being highly criticized by media outlets and top rappers in the game. Tekashi was ultimately set free in 2020 and served 20 months in prison.
Now fast forward to 2023 and Tekashi 69 is putting the pressure on hip hop to keep the same energy. In a recent post via his IG Story, 69 shared paperwork involving rapper Boston Richey which allegedly stems from a murder case where Richey became witness number three when he was 19 years old.
Adding to the post, Tekashi wrote, “I never seen the whole rap game quiet. Everyone had something to say now people don’t got voices or opinions.”
Boston Richey replied back with his own IG Story denouncing any snitching on his part. “Da difference between me and you @6ix9ine I never told on a n**** or put a n**** in jail and I’m pressure tape out public housing 2 **** n****.”
Teakshi 69 has been extremely vocal when it comes to Young Thug and YSL’s RICO case. Many have accepted plea deals in exchange for their release. Antonio “Obama” Sumlin, Gunna, Walter Murphy, Slimelife Shawty, Lil Duke and Young Thug’s brother Unfoonk, have all been granted their freedoms for accepting plea deals.
During a recent live stream with Akademiks, 6ix9ine called out hip hop for staying quiet on Gunna’s Alford plea deal. According to Tekashi 69, the Alford plea deal leaves Gunna no choice but to snitch on Young Thug and YSL. If Gunna is asked about any YSL criminal activities and is caught lying by prosecutors or the defense, he will be back in prison. (View: 69 Explains Alford Plea, Troll’s Gunna With Lil Keed Last IG Post)