As 6ix9ine's time in court continues, The Game has chimed in on what he thinks of the alleged Nine Trey Bloods rapper testifying against the gang. Game has continually taken shots at 6ix9ine, even during the earlier stages of his brief time in the spotlight, but now he has shown some sympathy for the "Gummo" rapper.
"I feel sad for that kid, man," Game told TMZ. "I feel sad for a lot of kids, you know, getting into this shit and don't know what they doing man. Claiming to be something that they not, and you know, this how it turns out, man. So at this point I guess he got to do what he got to do to save yourself, but snitchin' ain't the way partner."
While he doesn't get joy in seeing the controversial rapper behind bars, he believes that he shouldn't have testified. "You gotta do the time," he added. "I don't care how long it is, we ain't snitchin' out here." Asked about the possibility of 6ix9ine getting a 2020 release, Game was dismissive of a future career in music. "Man, I don't even know what these kids is doing these days, bro, with this music... So maybe they condone snitchin', but you know my generation ain't fuckin' with that," he replied.
The Game also had something to say for anyone who wanted to be 6ix9ine for Halloween this year. "Just go out open your mouth and be a snitch for Halloween," he said.
In an Instagram post last year, The Game made it clear how he felt about 6ix9ine. "If you don’t take that red rag off playing wit real n***as lives & get yo dick in the booty Carlton sweater around the neck wearin ass on somewhere & stop playing wit this blood shit before somebody hurt yo mamas only daughter," he wrote. "You a nice guy, look at that smile...cut the tuff shit out before it’s too late."
Following his arrest later in the year, Game told other rising rappers to "take heed." He wrote, "There's n***as out here really living and dying, doing real life sentences," he said. "You ever get a life sentence? Neither have I but I know n***as that's doing life and being from real gangsta shit . . . You faking, he doing it for real. Y'all both in there! You think you're hard because you're in there, he tryna to get out. The world gotta get their shit right. I don't know one killer that wants to be in jail."
Earlier this week, Snap Inc. announced it would air a new docuseries centered around 6ix9ine. Produced by Complex, Tekashi 69 Vs. The World will be available for streaming later this fall.