The latest to weigh in on Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s return to social media while on house arrest? Jackboy.

Hours after the Brooklyn rapper had to be moved to a different witness protection location, his South Florida counterpart said he couldn’t imagine living like 6ix9ine.

“The web gon’ show all types of shit like, ‘Oh, I’m living good!’ But they don’t show the back end, the ducking and dodging,” Jackboy said in a recent Instagram Live. “Boy, your ass ducking and dodging! Every day! Every day.”

He added, “If I gotta live ducking and dodging then I don’t wanna live like that. What’s the point of having a lot of money if you can’t enjoy that shit? Cause every time you go out to enjoy that bitch, a bitch gon’ try to spin on your ass.”

“Money ain’t worth it. Money ain’t worth it, have niggas jumping out trying to kill your ass on purpose,” Jackboy continued.

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In a recent conversation with DX, Jackboy spoke on his concept of success and said it’s not about the money to him.

“(Success) is not the money, it’s not the thots. All that is cool but I feel like to me, success is making good memories.”

He continued by saying, “At the end of the day, all this designer, all these cars are going to be gone. I feel like you should make as many good memories (as you can).”

6ix9ine’s recent maneuvers have broken numerous records in terms of securing an audience. His first Instagram Live appearance on Friday (May 8) set a record for the most people viewing an individual Live session. Then, his “GOOBA” single reportedly broke a YouTube viewership record once set by Eminem.