West Coast rapper 40 Glocc isn’t here for Rick Ross going in-in on Tekashi 6ix9ine. The G-Unit affiliate has singled out Yung Renzel for going at the New York rapper on the new “What’s Free” song.

40 jumped on Instagram Friday (November 30) and referenced Ross’ past days as a corrections officer.

Back in 2009, Rick Ross addressed his short stint as a corrections officer before blowing up as a rap star.

Ross specifically uses the Championships record to reference 6ix9ine’s November 18 arrest on federal racketeering charges.

Tekashi was notorious for his constant controversy which often involved him shouting his affiliation to the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. Tekashi’s rainbow purple hair is part of his trademark look. Ross says that his flamboyant feminine look will encourage prisoners to flirt or rape 6ix9ine while he is awaiting his trial. (Genius)

Earlier this week, reports emerged about a wiretap transcript revealing Tek’s former affiliates possibly plotting on his death.

The feds wiretapped Jamel Jones — gang name, Mel Murda — a former member of 6ix9ine’s inner circle, who is now behind bars. During the convo, Jones says, “[Tekashi] is trying to dry snitch at the same time, homie. But he keep saying, f*** Treway, f*** that n****, Treyway. Ain’t no n****, Treway. F*** Treway.” Tekashi’s former manager Kifano Jordan, aka Shotti, responds with laughter and says, “Imma feed him though.” (TMZ)

The main issues appeared to stem from Tek wanting to distance himself from his entourage.

Tekashi’s former crew members were also recorded saying how Tekashi tried to separate himself from the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods after firing his entire staff. The feds recorded an unnamed crew member saying, “That’s cool. Now he gotta get violated.” Jones replied, “Yeah, super violated. Super duper. Ain’t no much he could really do unless he run around with 100 armed securities all day.” (TMZ)