The jaw-dropping courtroom testimonies of embattled Brooklyn rapper and social media sensation Tekashi 6ix9ine is still unrolling as his federal trial reaches its third day.
Thus far, live reporters have released statements from his time on the stand where the 23-year-old shared information with prosecutors about his Nine Trey Bloods gang, 2018 kidnapping and fellow music industry artists he alleged gang involvement with and more.
Amid the disclosure of his testimonies, several other members of the rap circle have publicly stated their thoughts on Tekashi and the case as well, such as Meek Mill, Tory Lanez, Lil Durk, and the forever-opinionated 50 Cent. As one of Tekashi’s industry elbow-bumpers and someone who once jokingly adopted him as a son, Fif’s commentary on Tekashi’s courtroom activity is one of the most sought-after amid the case. Fif kept his opinion light on 6ix9ine’s snitching, but Sara Molina, the mother of the “FEFE” rapper’s 6-year-old daughter, didn’t take kindly to his mention of her while doing so.
In a recent interview, the Power star said that he might understand how 6ix9ine feels under the circumstances of his case and given the news that alleged his former manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan was plotting to kill him and was sexually involved with Molina. Taking to her Instagram Story, she hit back at his comments with a PSA. “You agree with the clown sh** because you partake in all of it over the internet as well,” she said in the post tagging 50. “A whole lotta clown sh**. Please do not speak on my box if I never f**ked you. 1. That’s weird. Two, he snitched on everybody including Monster’s brother (your best friend’s brother dummy).”
Molina also shared an update on her thoughts regarding 6ix9ine’s case and the wellbeing of her and their daughter. She started by saying she has no bad blood with him, but “there are times as a mother that [she is] angered for [her] daughter’s sake.” She added that though she feels sad for him amid the case, it’s all of his own doing and her empathy is shared with those who helped protect her and their child. “I feel sorry for the men as well that made it their job to make sure me and my daughter were fine and protected from the situations that my daughter’s father created without thinking twice about us,” she wrote. “This is sad. This is not entertainment this is people’s lives and this is very much real.”
See her sentiments on the controversies below:
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