Imagine a popular rapper-turned-snitch (in this case, Tekashi 6ix9ine) getting out of prison and immediately shattering Tory Lanez‘s IG Live record (300K) with 2 million viewers during an unprecedented pandemic.
If that seems impossible in today’s anti-snitch era, it probably was before it actually happened today and sent the whole entire internet into a tailspin.
On one side, we have solid rappers like Meek Mill fighting against letting the rainbow swirled snitchling back into the culture and on the other a clout-thirsty army of dweebs who could care less about him breaking street code
At this point, we’re stuck in an unprecedented crisis within an unprecedented crisis that stirred up all sorts of Twitter chaos.
Peep the Twitter hysteria over Tekashi’s record-breaking IG Live on the flip.
“5 year old me pulling up to kindergarten with my happy meal watch #6ix9ine” – we miss those good ‘ole days
“Recap of the 6ix9ine livestream:” – it was quite the spectacular dumpster fire
“Imagine knowing everyone hates you and you do this in front of 2 million people!!!!!
@6ix9ine” – we can’t wait to see what happens next
“How meek mill watching 6ix9ine live get 2 million views from his fake account” – we knew people would sneak and watch BUT TWO MILLION????
“Lil Nas X really did that on 6ix9ine’s Live” – he does what he wants, when he wants. Gotta respect it
“6ix9ine came home and started dropping GEMS!! Loyalty is everything.” – are these really gems tho? *ponder emoji*
“6ix9ine won’t last a day in the streets” – Lil Connor is typing furiously as you read this
“Tory Lanez on his IG live after 6ix9ine beat his record #6ix9ine” – Tory had a great run
“6ix9ine tryna make snitching inspirational” – this probably won’t end well at all