New York rapper Fat Joe is done-done with Tekashi 6ix9ine. The hip-hop veteran has explained his distanced relationship toward the jailed rap rookie amid reports claiming he’s working with the feds in a racketeering case.
In a new interview, Joey Crack said Tek crossed the line by working with law enforcement and promised to never be friends with the fellow Latin musician.
“I thought he was a nice guy and now he can’t be my friend, he can’t come around me ever again. Those are rules. He crossed that line, you know? I don’t even understand when they’re in the club and they play your song. I’m keeping it a buck. Once you cross, I pray for people who cross that line—when they talk to the police and they snitch, I pray for them. I’m like, ‘Yo, that’s cool. We can’t be cool. You over there. I don’t know where you going. Please stay away from me.’ … I think the new fans don’t care. Youth don’t care. Obviously they don’t care, they’re playing his music in the club. Me? I can’t. I’ll die before you see me in a picture with Tekashi 6ix9ine.” (“The Angie Martinez Show”)
In a new interview, jailed rapper Bobby Shmurda explained why he can’t support Tek after turning his back on the streets.
“H*ll motherf*cking no,” Shmurda said when asked if he’d ever work with Tek again. “You gotta treat these rappers like rappers – his is entertainment. That’s why I say to the kids in school, they’re entertainers. They’re just entertainers. They’re not living that sh*t they’re saying.” (VLAD TV)
Earlier this year, Shmurda’s mom went to IG with a slideshow of pics showing her mini-me with family.
Back in October, Mama Shmurda updated fans on her son’s much-needed return home following a gun possession conviction.
— SOHH (@sohh) October 3, 2018