Boosie Badazz has made his stance clear that he believes there’s no place for snitches in Hip Hop.
The Baton Rouge native reached out to Funk Flex on Instagram in an attempt to persuade the Hot 97 DJ to reinstate his ban of 6ix9ine’s music on his show.
“STICK TO IT FLEX WE NEED THIS [BAN] ALL THEM RATS,” Boosie commented on an Instagram post from SayCheeseTV on Monday (January 16).
Boosie’s plea comes after Flex announced he’ll be spinning 6ix9ine’s songs due to the “trend” of current rappers cooperating with authorities, saying the controversial Brooklyn native no longer deserves to be treated as an outcast.
“WHAT EVERYONES OPINION? FOR ME… IM NO LONGER NOT ‘NOT’ PLAYING 6IX 9INE MUSIC ANYMORE!” he wrote on Instagram earlier this week. “OBVIOUSLY ACCORDING TO REPORTS… THE TREND AMONGST ALOT OF CURRENT RAPPERS (SINCE AND BEFORE 6IX 9INE) CONSIST OF COOPERATING AND TESTIFYING!”
He added: “MAN WHO WE KIDDING… ITS SEEMS THAT THESE NEW RAPPERS AINT DOING 10-20 YEARS WITH / FOR NOBODY! (THEY NOT DOING 5 YEARS).”
6ix9ine infamously worked in conjunction with authorities to help convict numerous members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods and secure a lesser sentence for himself in 2020.
Funk Flex updated his aforementioned Instagram post to reveal that Jim Jones also reached out to him about him lifting his ban on 6ix9ine and the apparent trend of “snitching” in the rap game.
“SPOKE TO @JIMJONESCAPO HE EXPRESSED THAT FOR HIM THERE WILL NEVER BE ANY TOLERANCE FOR TESTIFYING AND COOPERATING! IN TODAYS ERA,” Flex wrote in his caption. “JONES AND I MAY DISAGREE ON THE WHY OR WHY NOT THE MUSIC SHOULD PLAY OF PEOPLE WHO COOPERATE BUT WE BOTH AGREE THAT TIMES MIGHT OF CHANGED AND INTEGRITY IS FULLY LOST!”
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Capo previously voiced his displeasure with Gunna taking a plea deal in the YSL RICO case and leaving his co-defendants in the lurch.
“It’s definitely a touchy situation that Thug is facing,” he told DJUTV last week. “I don’t know the whole situation, [but] from where I come from, taking a plea when you have co-defendants is really not the thing you supposed to do. If you up against a case by yourself, that’s something different. But when you’re taking a plea it’s a touchy thing.
“I don’t really want to touch too much on it because I’ve seen my n-ggas go through some of the same things, but I can say this: none of my n-ggas took a plea. They all in jail right now doing the time. They accepted what they did, they accepted who snitched on them, they accepted it all, and they all sat down and did their time.”
He added: “Nobody tried to take a plea, nobody tried to go around. N-ggas even went to trial — they did everything they could. But do that.”