While under cross-examination in court, Tekashi 6ix9ine claimed Cardi B was a Bloods member but didn't "pay attention to her.' The rapper seemed to clap back by resorting to the classic 'I don't know this man" meme!
Jim Jones' name also came up during Tekashi's testimony Thursday morning (Sept. 19). But, when the word leaked that Tekashi would be snitching on his fellow gang members, Jim was pissed and commented on the situation.
"Brim not 9 Trey".
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Administration tried to sue to stop us from moving forward, and we won. "I'm confident we'll prevail, eventually". The administration also proposed something that progressives tend to oppose: better policing.
Twitter has been following along with Tekashi's statements via the Inner City Press tweet stream and was surprised to see 6ix9ine mention the Dipset Capo, which he refers to as a "retired rapper".
Amid long-held speculation, Cardi B confirmed her connections to the Bloods during an interview with GQ past year, admitting that she used to "hang out with a lot of Bloods". When I was 16 years old, I used to hang out with a lot of... You should turn Blood.' And I did.
Billboard reports that a rep from Atlantic Records has denied any affiliation between Cardi and the blood gang. Yes, I did. And something that-it's not like, oh, you leave. "I never been 9 trey or associated with them", she asserted.
It doesn't stop there, a phone recording of a prison convo was also played for the jury court, which included Mel and another unnamed person. The "gang image", he said, was beneficial to him because, "That's what people like".