Tekashi 6ix9ine Popped Up On Tory Lanez’s Quarantine Radio With This Threat, And The Internet Is Fed Up

Tory had a priceless reaction to 6ix9ine’s surprise Instagram Live appearance, though…

It’s barely been two weeks since Tekashi 6ix9ine was released from prison, and he’s already up to no good on social media.

  • Tekashi’s legal team claimed via TMZ that his social media activity would be monitored, but it seems he’s back up to his trollish antics. Tekashi is having fun online poking at his “snitching” reputation and took it to another level on Tory Lanez’s Instagram Live show, Quarantine Radio, on Monday (April 13). Tory was in the middle of a broadcast with his fans when he noticed the 23-year-old had left him a message in the comments section.

  • Tekashi jokingly threatened to rat Tory out if he didn’t play some of his new music. “Lemme play this new s**t or ima snitch on [you],” he wrote. “You not even from America, [you] from Canada.” Tory read aloud the message to his viewers and began laughing. “6ix9ine, guidelines!” Tory reminded him. He jokingly added, “Hold on, before 6ix9ine comes here, we got to make sure that we don’t get any more fives. We don’t need anymore fives."

    Tory then attempted to gas Tekashi up to go live, but he didn’t take up the offer. 


  • While Tory’s response was good-natured as he took Tekashi’s trolling in jest, some parts of the Twitterverse are tired of his shenanigans. “He’s already doing too much with the snitching thing,” one person commented on Twitter. “That wasn’t even funny,” a second chimed. “This s**t so lame. I hate the fact n***as still rocking with master splinter,” a third added. “If u play the game, play by the rules.” 

    See what else people are saying about Tekashi’s sudden appearance on Quarantine Radio. 


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