Tekashi 6ix9ine looks like he might be behind bars for a long time if he's convicted in his federal case. He isn't here to entertain us on Instagram anymore but we're constantly getting updates on his current legal situation. Earlier today, it was reported that the rainbow-haired rapper "dropped the dime" on one of his associates for the Chief Keef shooting. Unfortunately, the person he reportedly pinned to the crime is someone who was seen heavily in his early music videos, Kooda B. However, this news isn't shocking to Meek Mill who thinks 6ix9ine's scenario is a shame.
Meek Mill is back on Twitter heavily these days, interacting with fans and chiming in on the latest news. After reports on 6ix9ine's scenario emerged, Meek Mill took to the social media platform to share his thoughts on the recent news on 6ix9ine.
"That’s a shame," he wrote. "when I came home everybody was like he got some real dudes backing him “ I was like how” y’all better stop running behind rappers acting like y’all ready to throw y’all lives away over some stupid shit .. I have seen this coming a while ago."
Meek previously spoke on Tekashi 6ix9ine's scenario during the Championships press run. The rapper explained that he thinks 6ix9ine is a good kid but he got caught up in the streets when he shouldn't have even been in it in the first place.
"I'd hit him like that shit you doing is stupid at this point. I know you might have got on from doing it and it worked out to be able to make some money. But I think you need to slow down," he said. "The world will deliver the energy that you're putting out. You're delivering a gangster type of energy. He locked up in the middle of some sh*t. You gave that energy, you kinda get that energy back."