Blueface On 6ix9ine: He Gets No Passes In Los Angeles

The “Thotiana” rapper says the streets can’t rock with Tekashi.

(AllHipHop News) There are reports that Tekashi 6ix9ine has gotten a record deal worth $10 million despite the fact he testified in federal court that several of his rap peers are gang members. Will Hip Hop culture accept the “snitch” after his release from prison?

California rhymer Blueface seems to think 6ix9ine will not be welcomed back to Los Angeles after becoming a government witness against alleged Nine Trey Bloods. TMZ caught the “Thotiana” performer outside LAX airport and asked the self-confessed Crip about Tekashi.

“F*ck 6ix9ine, School Yard Crip. If he comes to Cali, I’m gonna have my man lay it down,” quipped Blueface. When asked about 6ix9ine’s supposed $10 million contract, he replied, “It’ll be a statement. We’ll see if it lasts. I don’t think it will, but you never know in 2019.”

Before getting indicted on racketeering and firearm charges, 6ix9ine was involved in a highly publicized beef with West Coaster YG. The Compton emcee’s artist, Slim 400, even claimed he blocked New York-based Tekashi from entering the 2018 ComplexCon event in Long Beach.

Blueface addressed whether the convicted felon born Daniel Hernandez can ever return to the Los Angeles area. The Cash Money West signee joked that it will take eight figures for 6ix9ine to re-enter LA. 

“$10 million, all of it. Nah, I’m playing. He don’t get no passes. We don’t do no snitching out here. He don’t get no pass,” said Blueface. The 22-year-old social media star later added, “He’s gonna keep the little white kids, though. They probably still gonna f*ck with him, but I’m for sure not.”