AceShowbiz - The Game is not happy that Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine has scored a record deal while he's in prison. The "Hate It or Love It" hitmaker has once again blasted the incarcerated rapper after the latter was reported to have secured the multimillion dollar deal from jail.
"It used to be #SnicthesGetStitches These days it's #SnitchesGetRecordDeals," the 39-year-old posted on Instagram on Sunday, October 13. He added several hastags in the caption of the now-deleted post, including ones which read, "#SendN***asToPrisonForever" and "#GenerationSofterThanAMarthaStewartFaceCloth."
The Game made his opinion clear on what the treatment that 6ix9ine should receive for betraying his former gang members. He previously expressed his sympathy for the "FEFE" hitmaker, but didn't support his decision to snitch.
The star, whose real name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, told TMZ in late September, "I feel sad for that kid. I feel sad for a lot of kids that's getting into this shit and don't know what they're doing. They're claiming to be something they are not and, you know, this is how it turns out."
"At this point, I guess he gotta do what he gotta do to save himself," The Game asserted, before adding, "but snitching ain't the way partna. That's trash. You gotta do the time." He implied that 6ix9ine should take his punishment instead of trying to reduce it, saying, "You gonna do the crime, you gotta do the time. I don't care how long it is, we ain't snitching out here."
The Compton-born rapper also weighed in on 6ix9ine's future music career after he went into prison. "I don't even know what these kids are doing these days with this music. Maybe they condone snitching, but my generation don't f**k with that," he said at the time.
6ix9ine reportedly was offered a $10 million deal from bosses at his former label to release his post-prison material exclusively with them. Words are the deal will span two albums - one in English and one in Spanish.
The "Gummo" rapper will be sentenced in federal racketeering charges on December 18. He faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 47 years behind bars for his involvement in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang, but he may be released as early as 2020 for having fully cooperated with the government.