6ix9ine and Wack 100 Argue Over Tekashi Calling Snoop Dogg a Snitch
In his appearance on the first episode of DJ Akademiks' new podcast, 6ix9ine attempted to paint Snoop Dogg as a “snitch.” Wack 100 expressed his disagreement.
In his appearance on the first episode of DJ Akademiks’ new podcast, 6ix9ine attempted to paint Snoop Dogg as a “snitch,” something Wack 100 disagreed with.
The debut episode of Off the Record with DJ Akademiks on Spotify saw him joined by 6ix9ine and Wack 100 as guests, and the three got into a heated discussion about what it really means to be “street” in the world of hip-hop. Just shy of an hour deep into the episode, 6ix9ine suggested that Snoop Dogg is “a rat” and alleged that he at one point filed for a restraining order from Suge Knight.
It’s worth pointing out that Wack 100 has refuted claims from 6ix9ine about Snoop in the past, and as Billboard reported in 2003, Snoop’s mother filed for a restraining order as part of a lawsuit against Suge. In that suit, she claimed that affiliates of Suge Knight had threatened her and Snoop’s family.
“Do you think Snoop Dogg is a rat?” said 6ix9ine much to the confusion of Wack 100. “Cause Snoop Dogg got all the protection from Suge Knight. He got an order protection from Suge Knight in the ‘90s. The whole West Coast know about it.” 6ix9ine went on to allege that Snoop, or his mother, had written letters to “the warden in the jail” to tell them not to release Suge Knight. He also referenced the clip that he shared of Suge Knight, which he posted after he got out of prison last year following the Nine-Trey Blood case.
6ix9ine went on to call Snoop “a bitch” and “too old,” to which Wack objected. “Snoop Dogg wrote a letter to my judge, Wack,” he claimed, which Wack questioned. "When I came home, Suge called my phone he said, 'I don't know why bro calling you a rat. His mother or him were writing letters to the warden of the jail, and saying do not let that man out... Suge Knight. She was writing letters to the warden of the jail."
As he tells it, 6ix9ine essentially painted it that Snoop only wrote the letter to his judge after the controversial rapper shared the rumors that Snoop had been having an affair. “I don’t believe, I don’t think you’re on Snoop’s radar,” replied Wack 100. “I don’t know why he addressed you, you’d have to ask him that.” As for the alleged Suge Knight restraining order, Wack also said that he believes that Snoop would have a legitimate reason for doing that and it wasn’t because he was scared or anything.
The conversation didn’t stop there, though, as 6ix9ine went on to claim that Casanova, with whom he previously had beef, also “snitched” in order to get a reduced sentence, and made similar comments about 50 Cent. “Let’s talk about your man Boo-Boo,” said 6ix9ine at the 72:00 minute point of the podcast. “Who the fuck is Boo-Boo?” replied Wack. “50 Cent… Let’s talk about 50… 50 ain’t tell?” said 6ix9ine.
Wack continued to ask who, if anyone, 50 Cent “told on,” to which 6ix9ine appeared to skirt around the subject.
You can listen to the full episode of the podcast above.