Did Tekashi 6ix9ine violate parole by posting snippet of Snoop Dogg sex tape? Fans report him to FBI

The clip was deleted quickly shortly after it had been uploaded but some of Snoop Dogg's fans have reportedly contacted law enforcement to intervene


                            Did Tekashi 6ix9ine violate parole by posting snippet of Snoop Dogg sex tape? Fans report him to FBI
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Tekashi 6ix9ine was recently released from prison and it seems like he may have possibly violated his probation while trying to oust rapper Snoop Dogg. Over the last week, Tekashi has been doing all he can to hit out at Snoop Dogg who had called him a "snitch" in an Instagram comment. While the two have been feuding, the latest developments show that Tekashi may have crossed a line. 

Tekashi had taken to social media to share part of an alleged sex tape that showed Snoop Dogg and groupie Celina Powell. By sharing the video, the convicted rapper may have actually ended up violating his parole by distributing revenge porn or videos that have been recorded without someone's knowledge. The clip was deleted quickly shortly after it had been uploaded but some of Snoop Dogg's fans have reportedly contacted law enforcement to intervene. As reported by MTO, Snoop's fans have been actively reporting the alleged crime to the FBI hoping they will investigate further. 

Recently, Snoop Dogg had called out the media for what he believes was helping to promote a "snitching is cool" attitude that Tekashi has been following since he was released from prison. The rapper had tried to then spin the story and implied that Snoop Dogg had been a snitch when it came to Suge Knight. On Friday, May 15, Tekashi took to Instagram and asked fans whether he should reveal which other rappers have snitched. His post read, "Should I just tell you guys what rappers snitched because they told me everything when I started."

After The Shade Room had shared a screenshot of the post, Tekashi had commented saying, "@snoopdogg her sir let’s chat." He also commented saying that Snoop had snitched on Suge Knight, "Ur in denial the paperwork is online and suge knight speaks on it from prison but we choose to ignore who we want to call rats. [sic]" Snoop has been very vocal about his criticism towards Tekashi. After denying the claims, Snoop had posted a since-deleted video where he told Tekashi to stop talking about him and also pointed out that he and Suge have the same lawyers, Complex reveals. 

"Last time you said something, I ain’t have time. But today, I got time," Snoop said in a now-deleted video. "Rat boy, you really better leave me alone. I ain’t the one. No way … Go on and do yo’ shit and get out my way, bitch. You funky dog-head, rainbow-head, dog-head bitch. Yeah, you. Better leave the Dogg alone. Go find you a cat. Tom and Jerry shit. F**k with the Dogg, nothing nice, bitch. Rat boy," he added. 

Tekashi, who suffers from asthma, was released from federal custody in April and is confined to his home. His condition put him at a higher risk of contracting the contagious respiratory virus prompting his release from the Queens, New York City prison. 6ix9ine has been convicted for 9 counts of federal racketeering. In 2019, he pleaded guilty to a string of gang robberies and shootings and agreed to testify against his former associates in the gang Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.

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