PnB Rock has much to celebrate these days, as his recent effort TrapStar Turnt PopStar made a top five Billboard debut, making it his first album to do so. As he gives fans new music to put in their rotation, he took the time out to let people know of one artist who won't make his own playlist: 6ix9ine.

The Philly rapper, who is also facing his own legal battle, hopped on Twitter to detail his recent experience of shutting down 6ix9ine's music. "Some bitch in the car wit my bro talkin bout can i play 6ixnine album even tho he a rat? Lol i hate this new generation I SWEAR," he wrote. He then made his stance known on listening to the jailed rapper's music, saying, "You GET NO PLAY UP IN MY RIDE-JEEZY."

Rock's tweets echo similar sentiments shared by various hip-hop acts, with the consensus being to distance themselves from the DUMMY BOY rapper. The negative reception is a result of 6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez, telling on several members of his crew. 

Among the disgraced rapper's detractors are Fat Joe (who, after giving him advice before his incarceration, promised to "die" before flicking it up with him); YG (who performed the song "Stop Snitching" in front of Hernandez's mugshot); Bobby Shmurda (who, after collaborating with him, said he'd never work with him again); and Boosie Badazz (who believes 6ix9ine will not be met with open arms, should he get released from custody).