Snoop Dogg Drags R. Kelly Into The Tekashi 6ix9ine Drama With This Message
Snoop Dogg has found a way to drag R. Kelly into the Tekashi 6ix9ine messy trial. The young rapper appeared in court where he did not hesitate to throw everyone under the bus and revealed all their secrets.
The famous troll and rainbow-haired rapper snitched on Trippie Redd, Cardi B, Jim Jones, Casanova, and it pushed Snoop to post a series of memes to mock Tekashi 6ix9ine including one with Martha Stewart.
He also posted another picture with the caption that "R. Kelly peed on me too."
Many laughed, but this person made the following point: "@snoopdogg Lol this post is funny but on the other hand why is it wrong that he is snitching 🤷🏻♀️ why should he remain loyal by Shutting up to those who used him, robbed him, threaten him and his mother's life, kidnapped him. Let this be a lesson y’all STOP be loyal to gangs that don’t give a f*ck about you. But on the other hand, this WAS his decision, AND HE chooses this life. He just didn’t expect things to hit the fan. It’s sad that now the government is going to use him to bring down those who weren’t even involved in the event but who are affiliated with gang ties. He wants to come back home to his daughter 🤷🏻♀️ soo he going to sing 🎤. Smh this whole situation is sad af. But there’s still children’s in cages so how about we worry about that 🙏🏼 and Vote 2020"
Things just keep getting weirder around R&B singer R. Kelly who is currently dealing with a multitude of legal issues on several fronts.
After it came to light that the crooner and songwriter wanted to get out of solitary confinement and be allowed in with the general prison population, his request was granted to the surprise of many.
However, the legal system still had an ace up its sleeve to stall the singer's legal progress, as recent reports indicate that an arrest warrant has been issued for him.
Which might sound odd to those who are not aware that Kelly is currently still in jail.
According to reports, the arrest warrant was issued due to his failure to appear in court for one of his legal cases.
The musician's attorney has expressed his disappointment with the legal system, pointing out that the court was well aware of his client's current situation, and that it was obviously physically impossible for Kelly to attend in person.
The attorney went on to note that nobody had been sent to collect Kelly, leading to the ridiculous legal situation.
Kelly himself has not offered any comments on the recent problem, as he has been communicating primarily through his attorney.
Which might be a good idea for someone in his current position, given the sensitive nature of the various legal cases currently up against him.
Will Kelly win again?