Today is the day we discover out whether or not or not Tekashi 6ix9ine will probably be strolling out of courtroom as a free man.
With his potential launch looming, the rapper’s crew has apparently reached out to The Breakfast Club hosts Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy individually to supply them first dibs on his first interview … at an undisclosed location, after all, since so many individuals need Tekashi’s head.
However, neither Charlamagne nor Envy are even remotely excited about giving Tekashi Snitch9ine a platform, they usually each defined their reasonings on The Breakfast Club Tuesday (Dec. 7).
“I feel like he used his gang affiliation to benefit himself,” Envy stated. “First, he came out, he was allegedly a Crip, then he was allegedly a Blood, and he was talking crazy online for clout and for people to stream his music and it worked.”
Envy continued: “When that backfired, you then determined to inform on everybody that you simply was simply driving on. All these hits that you simply allegedly did, that didn’t be just right for you. So what do you do, you flip on all people? You get launched and also you’re rewarded for it?
“I just don’t necessarily think it’s a message that I wanna do. I don’t want to promote to kids that you go wild and do some stupid ish and you just go tell on the people you’ve done and all of a sudden you come out and can put out records and it’s all cool.”
Charlamagne agreed with Envy about not eager to be related to the troubled rapper following his authorized drama.
He additionally stated he doesn’t consider a 6ix9ine interview, at this stage, would provide something of instructional worth to listeners, and he doesn’t really feel just like the rainbow-haired troublemaker has really realized his lesson.
“When we sit down with someone, it has to entertain or educate or possibly both,” Charla stated. “Would it’s entertaining? I’m positive it might be. But I believe it might completely ship the flawed message.
“There’s a lot of misinformation in that 6ix9ine situation. It doesn’t feel like there’s been any accountability on his part and it would be irresponsible of us to empower that dysfunction.”
Stepping in to play satan’s advocate, Yee stated Tekashi might be a modified man after spending time behind bars, and recommended that giving him an interview might present him a platform to inform his facet of his story.
“What about if there is a story of redemption here?” she requested. “What about if there is a lesson to be learned for people? We don’t know what it is yet.”
Charlamagne defined that doing interviews needs to be the least of Tekashi’s worries.
“That young man has a target on his back,” he stated. “He needs to come home and figure out his life. Figure out who he is as a man before he jumps into the character of 6ix9ine. Daniel Hernandez has to do some soul searching.”