During a conversation between Remy Ma and Eboni K Williams got into a heated convesation on State of the Culture on Revolt TV.
The subject of Tekashi 6ix9ine being a SNITCH can’t be avoided over the past week and a half when it comes to the hip hop world. 6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez, is back to being who he has always been when giving his testimony.
Which leads us to the consequences of the rapper’s recent kidnapping trial testimony and why the State of the Culture hosts tackled the topic of “snitching” on their most recent episode. Remy was ready to leave listening to Eboni K Williams on the etiquette of snitching. Read on for more on Remy Ma + Eboni K Williams…
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While on The State of The Culture, attorney Eboni Williams admitted that she’s privately handled cases where her clients have shared information with authorities. Williams spoke on the subject matter of turning into an informant for the government.
Eboni stated that she doesn’t have a problem with the concept of snitching because “There’s a way to snitch and a way not to snitch.”
Her remarks didn’t sit well with fellow host Remy Ma.
Remy who served time behind bars for her own incident back in the day was over Eboni Williams and asked.
Reminisce Mackie said, adding that if you can’t deal with the consequences of illegal actions, then don’t do the crime:
Can I get off of this couch while she’s giving people advice on how to f*ckin’ snitch? She is telling y’all how to snitch and y’all just sitting here listening to it!…The f*ck? Don’t f*cking do nothing. If you can’t do no time, don’t do nothing.
Of course, Eboni countered Remy by asserting that she said the same thing.
No, you said ‘How much time could you do?’ They’re already in court already. I mean don’t do nothing, period. Stay a law-abiding citizen, period…There are plenty of people that never committed a crime in their lives and they’re not faced with the decision should I snitch or should I do the time. If you have to feel like when it comes to it that’s what you’re gonna have to [face], just don’t do nothing.