The rapper is currently under house arrest after leaving jail earlier this year to serve the rest of his sentence for gang-related charges of racketeering, firearms offences and drug trafficking in New York at home amid the coronavirus crisis.
The star, real name Daniel Hernandez, notoriously testified against fellow members of the Nine Trey Gang in February 2019 in exchange for a reduced sentence on racketeering charges, and Snoop is among the many who have lashed out at Tekashi's attempts to revive his career.
After dropping new single "Gooba", which smashed YouTube's record for the most-watched hip-hop video in a 24-hour span, Snoop commented on an Instagram post shared by Elliott Wilson, Tidal's chief content officer, "They gotta stop pushing this (rat)."
"All these media outlets making snitching cool. I'm old school. F**k 69 and everybody pushing his line right now, all New York GZ feel me on this and if you don'f**k u2."
Addressing Tekashi's long-standing feud with Meek Mill, the hitmaker added, "@meekmill if you allow sucka s**t you a sucka. Love you cuz stay sucka free."
Tekashi made his much talked about return to the public eye with an Instagram Live session on Friday (May 08), which broke another record after attracting an audience of two million fans.