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Dipset’s Jim Jones won’t be looking for a Tekashi 6ix9ine collaboration anytime soon. The hip-hop veteran has weighed-in on the legal drama currently surrounding the jailed rap rookie.

In a new interview, Jimmy said Tek’s decision to work with the feds in a drug trafficking case has forced him to no longer support the Brooklyn rapper.

“His history is erased. We not even gon’ say what we liked or what we [don’t like]. Screw him. He did some actions that he can’t come back from, so his name non-mentionable – I don’t know what he could do [if he gets released]. I don’t give a f*ck what he could do. That’s not my job. If he did step foot in there, they should stay far away from him. I grew up in the era where certain things – you can’t come back from. It’s not fixing that. You black, you black forever. You a rat, you a rat forever. Ain’t no coming back from that. So, that’s a subject that we don’t even have to touch on.” (“The Cruz Show”)

Back in February, rap star Meek Mill and Tek’s girlfriend Jade went at each other’s necks over 6ix9ine – notably his decision to plead guilty on federal charges and cooperate in a racketeering case.

Months ago, 6ix9ine collaborator 50 Cent poked fun at the hip-hop artist’s legal nightmare with a savage meme.

Earlier this year, various hip-hop entertainers shared mixed reactions to 6ix9ine’s situation.

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