Comedian Donnell Rawlings still can’t get over the chaos surrounding Tekashi 6ix9ine. The former “Chappelle’s Show” star hit up social media this weekend to reflect on the jailed rapper’s situation.

Last night, Donnell hit up his Instagram page to share a side-by-side of comparison of Tek now and in 2066.

This week, Donnell compared Tek’s legal nightmare to a classic “Chappelle’s Show” sketch.

On Friday, a slew of hip-hop entertainers came forward with mixed reactions to 6ix9ine pleading guilty to nearly 10 federal charges.

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Wow. Just wow. Nine counts?!

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This will be My FINAL post about 69 or anything that has to do with him.. I was called all kinds of old haters and clout chasers when I kept Expressing the seriousness of What this young boy was doing! Our culture championed around him Made him the Face of New York hip hop and Gang Culture. Our kids believed what he was doing was "Real" . The Media and almost every major outlet Promoted this kid like he was the best thing since sliced bread all while destroying the minds of these babies giving them a false sense of What Real or Gangster was. When those of us that could look at him and tell he was never about anything he was screaming told yal,l we were haters. This young boy is now in prison and cooperating to bring down the same people he acted in concert with. The same people he benefited with The same people who made him feel invincible. The streets ain't for nobody! But its definitely not for The weak!! Please young Kings Understand nobody is 💯 solid the person you think you can trust will tell on you!! They will sacrifice your life to save theirs. There is no honor or Code. All of that is gone.. Stay out the streets ITS A DEAD END! #soulNotForSale #Gangstabutwokeasfuck #IworkForthePeople

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Heading into the weekend, reports emerged about 6ix9ine pleading guilty to nearly 10 federal charges in a racketeering case.

Tekashi 6ix9ine, the embattled rapper embroiled in a mounting series of federal counts of racketeering, has pleaded guilty to eight counts according to documents obtained by Rolling Stone. 6ix9ine — or Daniel Hernandez — had previously pleaded innocent since his arrest in November. Denied bail, he has spent the ensuing months in custody, and reports from his lawyer at the time, Lance Lazzaro, proclaimed his innocence. (Rolling Stone)