In the age of rainbow-haired informants the public is even more quick to put a snitch jacket on someone regardless of paperwork. T.I. is now having to defend himself again for telling the truth.

There was never any doubt that Tekashi 6ix9ine would be singing like a bird once the Feds got their hands on him. Considering how tattletales are treated in crime circles (his own family sees the jig), the Brooklyn rapper is being housed with other snitches for his safety.

Tekashi 6ix9ine is setting himself up to reveal what he knows about the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang, and he’s already expressed fears about testifying against his former affiliates. Prosecutors in the case have asked the jury in the matter if the rapper’s snitching will sway how they decide the case in any way.

Despite hailing from a culture with a sometimes twisted notion of what exactly “snitching” entails, rappers have a knack for dropping dime on themselves. Trust that Offset from Migos is only the latest rapper who snitched on himself.

Word that Lupe Fiasco and Ty Dolla $ign were collaborating on new music certainly raised eyebrows, since they have contrasting styles. Last evening, the MC gave further indication of what he and his singing counterpart cooked up by debuting “Snitches” for fans’ listening pleasure.

“I put my trust in the wrong people.  That’s my mistake for putting my trust in the wrong people.” Back in 2008, Donald B. Jenkins, known by his rap alias Baby D, was arrested for allegedly trafficking cocaine after being set up by a “friend”. With two underground albums already under his belt, he released […]