On Thursday, French Montana joined Bootleg Kev and 92.3 LA, and offered his take on 6ix9ine's antics since returning to society

"You know this not gonna last," French said at the 32-minute mark, referencing the spectacle and attention that surrounds 6ix9ine at the moment. "Especially when people you donating money to not accepting it," he added.

This, of course, is in reference to the recent report that the organization No Kid Hungry declined 6ix9ine's $200,000 donation this week.

French went on to imply that No Kid Hungry's decision is a reflection on 6ix9ine's lack of legitimate support, even though he's trying to push a narrative that "snitching is cool."

"My career right now, 20 years in the making, if I do something like that right now my career is over," French said at the 33-minute mark, in regards to 6ix9ine's snitching. "I wouldn't even have the guts to go on and do a live like that, because I can't go to sleep at night. At the end of the day, you gotta do what makes you go to sleep at night."

Elsewhere in the conversation, French also talked about how he doesn't "get into" the media and what they decide to cover.

"When it comes to the media, that's their world, I don't get into it," he said. "I just think that if there's anybody that's doing media, do what's right."

This isn't the first time French has admonished 6ix9ine's actions, telling KFCradio last year that so many people he loves "live by the code," and are doing long term sentences because of it. 

French's approach to 6ix9ine's recent actions follows a trend of major rappers like Meek Mill and Snoop Dogg condemning the rapper for his cooperation with authorities. 

You can watch French's entire 92.3 interview up top