YG Calls Out "B*tch N*ggas" On His New Single "Stop Snitchin"

Is the record directed at 6ix9ine?

(AllHipHop News) On April 3, YG informed his 3.2 million Twitter followers that he originally planned to drop his next album on April 12 but decided to push the project back out of respect for the passing of Nipsey Hussle. The Def Jam recording artist is now ready to let loose 4REAL 4REAL on May 3.

To start off the LP's roll-out, YG dropped a single titled "Stop Snitchin" last night. The Compton spitter debuted the song during his set at the 2019 Coachella festival, but the official audio is now out.

Some Hip Hop fans assumed "Stop Snitchin" was directed at incarcerated Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. The two Blood gang affiliates were involved in a highly publicized beef in 2018 before Tekashi pleaded guilty to federal charges and reportedly began cooperating with prosecutors against his co-defendants.

Previously, YG blatantly made fun of 6ix9ine in the music video for "Bulletproof" featuring Jay 305. The visuals for the Stay Dangerous track featured a rainbow-haired inmate being referred to as a pedophile. 6ix9ine also pleaded guilty to use of a child in a sexual performance in 2015.


YG has released the official slavery-themed "Stop Snitchin" music video. Watch the seeable below.

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I like YG but this shit is trash. The video is distasteful.


YG capitalizing on Nipsey's death and Tekashi snitching to stay relevant.. Next please