Snitches get stitches!’ Snoop declares Tekashi is ‘done for’ after ‘singing like Aretha Franklin’ and wonders when blabbing became a ‘get out of jail pass’
The iconic rapper slammed Tekashi after the Brooklyn native agreed to testify against fellow members of the Nine Trey Bloods.
‘You know the rules and regulations to this s**t,’ he said while making an appearance on The Howard Stern Show with Seth Rogen. Video of the appearance was shared on Wednesday.
He continued: ‘Snitches get stitches, you know this!’
Stern was asking the California staple about the effects of snitching and whether the embattled rapper had any chance at redemption.
‘I’ve heard of people telling, ratting on the organization but he ratted on other organizations on top of his organization,’ Snoop stated. ‘His friends, I mean he just went berserk.’
‘That motherf*****r sang like Aretha Franklin.’
And while Snoop’s disgust with Tekashi was palpable, he grew even more annoyed at the prospect that the rapper could be released in the first place.
‘But when did that (snitching) become the get out of jail pass,’ he asks, before offering a hypothetical situation where he and Rogen committed a crime.
The ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’ rapper added: ‘If me and him decide to tell on each other that means one of us gets out or we both go to jail.’
Snoop Dogg provided insight to his brief stint in jail as a way to show just how serious the environment can be with people behind bars for crimes like murder and rape.
After being caught in possession of cocaine after his high school graduation, Snoop spent 12 months in jail over the course of three years.
Whenever you go to jail you are dealing with that element and especially if you not a celebrity, you in the belly of the beast,’ he said.
He added that Tekashi being a celebrity was the only reason he had some form of protection.
‘He’s done but see he’s got protection around him right now,’ Snoop Dogg said.
Snoop has been extremely vocal about his disdain for the Brooklyn native, sharing memes making fun of Tekashi and even giving Martha Stewart more street cred for not snitching.
Tekashi was arrested in November last year, originally facing a minimum 47 years behind bars for nine federal counts that included racketeering, firearm offenses and drug trafficking.
The rapper reportedly believes he will be released from jail in 2020 after he snitched on his associates in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods during last month’s federal racketeering trial.
Sources say Tekashi hopes the notoriety he gained from his bombshell testimony will fuel his return to the rap scene as he has already begun putting together his new album.