6ix9ine's girlfriend is still sticking by her man.

Shortly after a judge denied 6ix9ine's request to serve time under home confinement, Jade posted a new photo of the 23-year-old rapper along with some words of support. Jade—real name Rachel Wattley—began by listing all the ways 6ix9ine was allegedly screwed over by members of his inner-circle. She seemingly references 6ix9ine's ex-manager, Kifano "Shotti" Jordan, who is accused of stealing millions of dollars from the rapper as well as sleeping with 6ix9ine's baby mama, Sara Molina.

"They kidnapped you , they had sex with the mother of your child , they get caught on the phone trying to kill you & their stealing millions of dollars from you," Jade wrote, before addressing 6ix9ine's cooperation with authorities. "If you snitch, for the rest of your life people are gonna try to kill you for being a rat, but if you don’t snitch, you’re doing 47 years in prison where they’re gonna kill you anyway because they were already talking about it. Sammy the Bull kills 19 people and gets 5 years. You kill no one and gets 2 years . This shit is so fucked up."

Molina caught wind of Jade's post and was, unsurprisingly, pissed.

"Don't mention me if you ain't gonna see me. You're weak asf," wrote Molina, who denied sleeping with Shotti during a 2019 VladTV interview. "Imagine sleeping with a n***a while he still with his baby moms ... He not even hugging you or kissing you, boy look like he's dying inside standing right next to you. You the only one that looks happy dummy."


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6ix9ine received a two-year prison sentence for federal racketeering charges last month; however, his attorney, Lance Lazzaro, believes he will be out by the summer, accounting for time served.

"We are a little disappointed, we were expecting time served because that is what the parole board recommended, but it was in the judge's hands," Lazzaro told HollywoodLife, following the sentencing. "Daniel will have to serve another seven months and 12 days because the time he’s already served will count towards his sentence."