Rapper Future Says That 'Snitches' And Their Friends 'Deserve To Die'

Rapper Future Says That 'Snitches' And Their Friends 'Deserve To Die'
Credit: Source: Vulture.com

On the 11th of June, the Atlanta rapper, Future, shared an image featuring a list of some of his biggest accomplishments, including many of his songs that have gone platinum, including the track, "Mask Off," which went platinum seven times.

Additionally, Future and The Weeknd released a new single called, "Low Life," which added a new success to the artist's list of accomplishments. Future wrote on his account that his success is a consequence of betting on himself.

After boasting of his wins over the last decade, Future also indirectly slammed Tekashi 6ix9ine, who has garnered a reputation for himself as a "snitch." Future also appeared to direct the message at Nicki Minaj, who just got finished releasing a brand new song with the controversial performing artist.

According to Hot New Hip Hop, Future wrote that if a person "hangs with a snitch," then they are the same breed. He said, "u a snitch and deserve to die." Tekashi 6ix9ine later responded to Future's comment and poked fun at the rapper's baby-momma situation.

He joked, "if you a deadbeat, you don't deserve to die?" As it was previously reported, Nicki Minaj and Tekashi 6ix9ine just dropped their new collaboration together, "Trollz," and it has fans and rappers confused.

As most know by now, Tekashi 6ix9ine has a bad reputation in the rap game after he told the federal prosecutors everything they wanted to know in relation to his former associates in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, in exchange for a shorter prison sentence.

It came as a bit of a surprise once rumors came out that Nicki Minaj was going to be working with 6ix9ine yet again, especially since Minaj has had a great reputation in the game ever since she first burst on to the scene many years ago.

Earlier this year, fans first began speculating that Minaj had traveled to a secretive location to film the follow-up to Tekashi 6ix9ine's last song, "GOOBA," which earned 40,000,000 views in just under 24 hours.

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