Wack 100 Responds To Snoop Dogg 'Snitch' Allegations From Tekashi 6ix9ine
This week, Tekashi 6ix9ine managed to stir up a storm on social media once again after he insinuated that Snoop Dogg played a crucial role in the imprisonment of Suge Knight.
The rapper even responded to the allegation directly and claimed everyone in the hip-hop scene was more than aware that he had nothing to do with the former mogul's incarceration.
Regardless of whether Snoop did rat out Suge Knight or not, Tekashi 6ix9ine did manage to get a rise out of other rappers in the industry, including Wack 100. In response to Mr. Hernanez's claim, Wack 100 had something to say.
Wack 100 took to his social media account to point out that Snoop Dogg signed to Death Row Records in 1992 and worked with them for six years until 1998. Tekashi 6ix9ine, on the other hand, wasn't born until May of 1996.
Wack 100 went on to say that Tekashi should just "shut the f*ck up talking about some sh*t you know nothing about." The rapper went on to say that Tekashi 6ix9ine wasn't messing around with New York City. It's the "West," and people can't talk trash about "our OGs."
You can check out his post below:
As it was previously reported, Tekashi 6ix9ine brought up the decades-old allegations against Snoop Dogg earlier this week when he claimed Snoop ratted out Suge Knight to the federal prosecutors as an informant.
Snoop even chose to address the charges directly on his Instagram, stating that everyone in the world was aware that he had nothing to do with Suge Knight's imprisonment. This isn't the only controversy Hernandez has caused over the last few days either.
Near the beginning of the month, Meek Mill gave birth to his first child, and despite the happy news, Meek went on his social media and talked a bit of trash toward the recently released rapper.
In response, 6ix9ine joked that Meek's priorities were obviously out of whack, especially considering he just brought a baby into the world. Hernandez joked that he couldn't possibly imagine being upset by a "Mexican with rainbow colored hair" after giving birth to a child.