Twitter Declares That Martha Stewart Has More Credibility As A Gangster Than Tekashi 6ix9ine
According to a report from Page Six, Twitter recently declared that Martha Stewart was more of a gangster than Tekashi 6ix9ine amid the rapper's court case in which he has been singing to the government.
Twitter users have been pointing out that the iconic homemaker would have a better chance of lasting on the streets because she doesn't snitch like the way Tekashi 6ix9ine has been.
One Twitter user joked that as the world watches Tekashi 6ix9ine tell on all of his former associates, Martha Stewart withstood her trial for insider trading and didn't rat on even one person.
Social media users have really been enjoying comparing Tekashi 6ix9ine with Martha Stewart, who was famously incarcerated in federal prison for 5 months due to insider trading. For instance, one Twitter user remarked, "Martha we know you a gangsta."
As it was previously reported, Tekashi 6ix9ine came to prominence as a violent gangster rapper, however, since he began telling on all of his former Nine Trey Gangsta Blood members, his reputation has been forever tarnished.
Even the legendary West Coast rapper, Snoop Dogg, captioned a post on social media with several rat emojis. Tekashi 6ix9ine, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, 23, appears to have told the authorities nearly everything they want to hear after he was pinched on racketeering and gun charges.
When prosecutors presented Mr. Hernandez with a potential 47-year sentence, the Gummo artist immediately agreed to testify to officials in exchange for a much lighter sentence. It's unclear what time Hernandez will serve.
Hernandez was in the news yesterday as well when he mentioned other names in the hip-hop community, including Cardi B and Jim Jones. The rapper claims that Cardi B is a member of the Bloods. According to Page Six, Martha Stewart spent five months in federal prison for her crimes and never threw anyone else under the bus.
At the same time, Stewart's friends were reportedly testifying against her. In a funny turn of events, some of Martha Stewart's fans have been calling her stoicism to attention, with one in particular writing, "in a world full of Tekashi's, be a Martha Stewart."