Brooklyn rapper, Tekashi 69 is in jail, but he’s still making headlines. The latest news claim that his lawyer wanted to highlight the fact that the rapper refuses to become a snitch in a plea deal.
Now, UPROXX and more publications write that a man who says about himself that he’s a former member of Nine Trey gang, is ready to tell Tekashi 69’s complete story.
Snow Billy is set to release a book that’s called ’69 Shots’ which he claims will be a story about 69’s rise and fall through his affiliation with the Treyway organization.
Snow Billy has recently promoted his book, and you can hear what he has to say in the YouTube interview in the video below.
On the other hand, Seqo Billy is a Brooklyn rapper who is familiar with Snow Billy, Tekashi and also the gang and he called Snow a fraud.
‘Snow Billy says that he disagreed with 69 being marketed as a gang member, and wanted to take advantage of 69’s colorful aesthetic and sense of humor as a more “mainstream” artist. But Snow says that his Nine Trey partners disagreed, and tried to take his life so they could have the final say,’ UPROXX writes.
Their article is lengthy and very detailed, so it’s worth taking a look at.
It’s important to note that the final conclusion of Snow’s book is to clarify that its aim is to draw attention to the enormous dangers of becoming part of a gang.
‘I lost my life in the penitentiary and got it back, and lost my life in the streets and got it back,’ Snow says.
He wants to show the youth in his book about 69’s story that gang culture ‘might seem glorious at the beginning, but it’s nothin’ but poison at the end.’
It was recently reported that TMZ published a report which reveals that the Federal Authorities have all the evidence that they need to put away the rapper for a really long time.