Last week, TIP explained the reason he called out Kodak Black via social media. Kodak Black was filmed making disrespectful remarks about the late Nipsey’s longtime girlfriend Lauren London. The “Zeze” rapper said the actress was “finna be a whole widow” and that he would gladly step up to “be the best man I can be for her.”
Kodak Black has dropped off a new song titled “Expeditiously.”
On the track Kodak makes reference to TIP and his wife Tiny Harris, and The Game.
Kodak raps, “How the hell you callin’ me out when you know I don’t listen How you try and put me in timeout when I ain’t Billboard children Nigga waitin’ on for me to fall off just like that boy [?] Said they ride for me till the wheel fall off, I be like oh really How you tell me what came out my mouth, you don’t even know Nipsey Tiny that bitch ugly as hell, I don’t even want Piggy I can’t beat you niggas at talkin’ give me a long sentence You know I keep the pole and I ain’t no hoe, I know some Rollin 60’s”
Kodak takes a shot at TIP’s wife Tiny by calling her “ugly as hell.”
“I would snitch so hard,” he said with a laugh upon being asked about the “FEFE” rapper’s case. He emphasized that the Brooklyn rapper has a family to consider, and, despite those saying he shouldn’t have been involved in the illicit affairs in the first place, T believes he did so as a means to gain more status to continue feeding his family. “At some point,” he continued, “when does the street code override your family?… Because these some n**gas you just met two years ago. You got a full daughter, my n**—you got a whole daughter. Who are you really being loyal to?”
After T-Pain shared his opinion on the matter, Snoop Dogg, Fabolous, Gunplay and others took to social media to offer a contrasting perspective.
“Sorry, I’m tardy to the party but I’ve been doing positive shit. So, it took me a little while. In regardless to the Tekashi 6ix9ine shit. I think the disconnect of what ya’ll saying about me online. Calling me a snitch which is weird. I never done that. Ya’ll looking at it from a street n**** standpoint that Tekashi 6ix9ine is well known for not being a street n**** all that shit he was doing. All that capping on the internet we know that was entertainment he had street n**** around them telling him what to do. He had street n***** around him telling him how to get money. They molded him into a character to make money….
“So what I don’t understand is how you expect him to be all a sudden a street n**** when he get in jail. That ain’t the time to be a street n****.
At the 1:41 mark, T-Pain continues, “I don’t know they taught him NOT to fucking fold, but it don’t seem like it because that’s exactly what happened. They molded him and made him unto this character that benefited him . Told him that they loved him and be loyal to this game. Make sure you stay loyal. And the same n*** kidnapped him, robbed him put a gun to his girl’s head. That’s when the loyalty stop right there…..But, I don’t know NOT one motherfucker that’s going to do 50 stamps, 50 years for some n****** that did all that shot to you……”
” At the 3:30 mark, At what point it’s not a code. And, everybody saying I’m soft. I’m not looking at a street n***a’s standpoint. I’m looking at it from a kid that was picked up at 18-years-old. That wasn’t doing this shit before 2 years ago and all the sudden is the most gangsta fucking person on the internet. You can’t expect the man not to fold when he barely gotten the first bit of the training. I’m going to speak about it. If I’m asked about it I’m not going to dance around no fucking question. … I will give my fucking opinion….
Earlier this month, Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has pleaded guilty to nine counts in his criminal case and will cooperate with government officials, court records show.
With his deal, 6ix9ine can gain leniency at sentencing from an otherwise mandatory minimum 47 years in prison if he admits to all crimes and testifies truthfully. Click Here if you missed that.
In this clip, Sara Molina sits down with VladTV to reveal how she’s dealing with the incarceration of her baby’s father, Tekashi 6ix9ine. Molina says that considering the circumstances she’s holding up better than most people realize, while trying to maintain a sense of normalcy for their daughter. During the segment, she reads through the transcripts of Tekashi’s plea deal, basically saying that if you read between the lines he’s going to be able to walk away if he helps convict the other defendants. From there, she speaks on the integrity and fairness of that kind of agreement, while saying that her mind is blown when she looks through the paperwork.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Anthony Ellison, Demard Butler, and Kintea McKenzie were federally indicted this week, about eight months after someone opened fire on Keef in NYC’s Time’s Square. McKenzie, aka Kooda B, was reportedly indicted after 6ix9ine told investigators he was the triggerman. Sources said McKenzie was allegedly paid $10,000 to shoot Sosa, who began beefing with 6ix9ine in spring 2018.
Tekashi 6ix9ineis no longer on probation, stemming from his 2015 guilty plea to the use of a child in a sexual performance.
Back in October, the Brooklyn rapper was sentenced to four years of probation and 1,000 hours community service after he filmed a 13-year-old girl in a sexual performance. The ruling was seen as a win for 6ix9ine—legal name Daniel Hernandez—as prosecutors were initially pushing for a one- to three-year prison sentence. But, as we would find out later, the controversial artist couldn’t stay out of trouble.
Less than a month after 6ix9ine’s sentencing, he and his affiliates were arrested on a slew of charges, including racketeering and weapons-related counts. He now faces up to life in prison and has remained behind bars.
On Wednesday, a New York judge dismissed the rapper’s child sex case because his current incarceration wouldn’t allow him to complete the terms of his probation. 6ix9ine’s attorney, Lance Lazzaro, confirmed the news to TMZ.