J. Prince Calls Out Tekashi 6ix9ine for Rap-A-Lot Robbery 'Lies', T.I.'s Not Surprised by Snitching
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The Rap-a-Lot Records CEO calls the 'Gummo' rapper 'rat material' after the incarcerated rapper reveals during his testimony an attempted robbery of the label's reps in New York City last year.

AceShowbiz - Another person has spoken up to contradict Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine's statements in court. For part of the "FEFE" hitmaker's testimony against Nine Trey Blood Gang members, Anthony "Harv" Ellison and Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack, he revealed an attempted robbery of Rap-A-Lot Records.

But the label's boss, J. Prince, has begged to differ, calling the incarcerated rapper "rat" and dubbing his testimony as "lies." He took to Instagram on Friday, September 20 to clap back at the 23-year-old star, while sharing a video of his 2018 interview with Power 105.1's "The Breakfast Club".

Prince wrote in the caption, "I told y'all about this clown #takashi69 that if he keeps campaigning with dumb s**t that he was gonna get elected! Election Day has come and now I'm hearing lies he's telling under oath about robbing me or representatives of #Rapalot." He added, "Let me just make myself clear, if him or any of those clowns were to try to rob me or anyone from the #Rapalot family bad news would've beat them home."

The CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records continued, "Let this be a lesson to those who know better to do better because there was never a question mark in my mind that this kid #takashi69 was rat material that's why my sons didn't allow him to come into their party. It was never about a rat checking in with us."

Prince made the statement in response to 6ix9ine's testimony in which he said that in March 2018, Rap-A-Lot reps prevented himself and Nine Trey members from entering the venue for a Texas show. Then as a retaliation, he, his former manager Kifano "Shotti" Jordan and other Nine Trey Members robbed Rap-A-Lot affiliates in New York City on April 3 of the same year.

6ix9ine was arrested on racketeering charges in November 2018. He was facing a minimum of 47 years in prison, but he cut a deal in return for his full cooperation.

While many have blasted 6ix9ine for snitching, T.I. claimed he's not surprised by the New York native's decision to betray his former gang members. "I knew it was either that or he was gonna get himself killed," he said during appearance on L.A.'s "Big Boy's Neighborhood" radio show. "I knew he wasn't gon' do no long periods of time in no RICO case. I just knew that...I didn't know it was gonna happen as soon as it did."

Adding that he never had a problem with 6ix9ine, he predicted what's next for the rainbow-haired star, "He gon' take the stand, they gon' get some time, he gon' get less, he gon' come home and...or he'll die in jail. I don't know."

T.I. also believes that 6ix9ine can go home without a problem if he's released from jail. "There's a bunch of rats walking around right now," he said. "The thing that really hurt my feelings, when cats have suspicions about me and how my case worked and how I got down and such a downward departure and put that on me...my paperwork is available. Anybody that ever wanna see it. My plea agreement, you can pull up my court minutes. All you need is my name [and] my birthday. It's public record. Ain't no secret snitches."

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