As you all know, 6ix9ine is set to testify against his former friends in court this week, for allegedly hiring them commit a murder against a well-known rapper. Prior to all of this happening, 50 Cent and well-known lawyer, Mr. Isaac Wright Jr., were trying to represent Tekashi and give him legal advice during the initial arrest.
However, 6ix9ine refused to speak with those that had his best interest and sadly caved into a deal to avoid serving time. Mr. Wright went as far as to say that Tekashi would’ve got cleared of charges, if he only listened to him and Kanan in an Instagram post a few days ago.
This situation hits close to home for Fifty, because one of his family members is locked up over the situation. In year’s past, the honorable native of Southside has had his day-one friends providing security for him, whenever he’s out and brokering deals in entertainment.
So, most of you should know his bodyguard by the name of Monsta. Well, Monsta’s brother, Faheem ‘Crippy’ Walter, was arrested with Shotti, Mel Matrix and the rest of the Nine Tr3yway camp last Thanksgiving. Due to 6ix9ine cooperating with the government, Crippy received five years in prison a few weeks ago, which didn’t sit well with 50 at all.
Since Monsta is one of the only people 50 can trust, it’s safe to say that he’ll never be associated with 6ix9ine or anything linked to him ever again. Take a look at media below.
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50 CENT AT THE BREAKFAST CLUB THIS MORNING The behind the scenes TRUE STORY that did not come out on the @breakfastclubam interview is that @50cent tried to help 69. 50 called me and asked me to represent 69. I went to check him at MDC in Brooklyn. When I got there, they gave me an excuse that he was in Court then immediately transferred him to Queens detention. When I went to Queens, 69 refused to see me. That's when it was clear he was cooperating. Sad part is, he didn't have to do that. I would have got him off without him having to sell his soul…