Jim Jones Made it Clear 6ix9ine “History is Erased”

Jim Jones Made it Clear 6ix9ine "History is Erased"

Tekashi 6ix9ine made waves, coming out with a bang with his commercial debut single “Gummo” in 2017, but now that he’s known as Snitch9ine he has been erased from hip hop.

Jim Jones makes it clear that rapper 6ix9ine “history is erased.” Read on…


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CelebNMusic247.com has the latest from the “My Era” rapper Jim Jones who recently visited The Cruz Show on L.A.’s 92.3 radio station to chop it on up-and-coming artists he thinks are killing the game.

As news of Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s alleged cooperation with Federal prosecutors continues to make headlines, more artists have come forward to speak out against the rapper. See, 69 SNITCHED on everyone close to him. He has been DUBBED a “RAT” and that is something you can NEVER come back from. This is why some rappers in the game are skeptical about how warm the New York rapper’s welcome will be.

New York Hip Hop wants 6ix9ine to know his career is DEAD!

Jim Jones, who just dropped his El Capo album at the end of May, weighed in on the state of hip hop and which up-and-coming artists he thinks are killing the game.

Jones told The Cruz Show:

I like Lil Baby, I like Gunna.

Then J Cruz wanted to see if Jones would weigh in on the status 6ix9ine coming back to New York, so he sheepishly chimed in saying, “I like a few Tekashi songs, my G.”

And that is when Harlem rapper Jim Jones made it clear that Tekashi 6ix9ine career is DEAD.

Jones was NOT having any of it, saying:

His history is erased. We not even gon’ say what we liked or what we [don’t like]. Screw him. He did some actions that he can’t come back from, so his name non-mentionable.”

For some reason, Cruz asked if Tekashi could step foot in New York.

Jones replied saying:

I don’t know what he could do. I don’t give a f-ck what he could do. That’s not my job. If he did step foot in there, they should stay far away from him. I grew up in [an] era where certain things…you cannot come back from. It’s not fixing that. You black, you black forever. You a rat, you a rat forever. Ain’t no coming back from that. So, that’a subject that we don’t even have to touch on.


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