Read the full story of the feud between Snoop Dogg and Tekashi 6ix9ine


Last weekend Snoop Dogg and the fresh out of jail Tekashi 6ix9ine staged a fight pretty rough on the social networks. But the dislike for each other goes much further back this weekend.

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Throughout history, we have witnessed several fights between musicians. For there we find the 50 Cent and Ja Rule, the Kid Rock and Tommy Lee at the VMAs MTV in 2007 and the unforgettable fight (which continues to date) between Liam Gallagher and Robbie Williams.

Today, however, let’s take a tour step by step of the anger that it brings to the rap legend Snoop Dogg and the spoiled child Tekashi 6ix9ine.


It all began in September of last year when Snoop described whistleblower to Tekashi by snitch on their accomplices in the crimes he committed and for which he was arrested.

Clearly, if someone knows something about fall with the mouth closed, this is Snoop. So that did not seem at all that Tekashi broke the code of the street. Something you didn’t do Martha Stewart.

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In 2004, Martha Stewart served five months in a correctional facility on charges related to the use of privileged information. By what Snoop Dogg posted a picture of Stewart on Instagram next to a 6ix9ine.

“While we looked at Tekashi 69 (or as you call it) revealing to ALL, I invite you all to remember that Martha Stewart mocked NO soul during his trial”wrote Snoop. “The girl kept him 10 feet down and ate that sentence of imprisonment alone, as the true evil that is”.

Snoop is back to game

A few weeks after the comparison with Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg volveó to trollear to Tekashi 6ix9ine he testified against Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, two exmiembros of the gang Nine Trey Bloods.

To give you with all the double-g posted on her Instagram a cap inspired by the campaign of Donald Trump “Make America Great Again” but with a game of words “Make Snitches get Stitches Again” (“Make the snitches are stitches again”). Perhaps this being the first warning within your fight.

Tekashi 6ix9ine out of jail and starts the third round

Tekashi saw black when he was finally sentenced to two years in prison for multiple charges, including attempted murder, conspiracy to distribute drugs and charges related to firearms.

But fortunately for him (we’re not sure if to the company) their lawyers took out an ace under the sleeve to get you house arrest at the beginning of the month. They took advantage of that Tekashi suffers from asthma to get it out to the comfort of your home.

Already quiet in your home, Tekashi 6ix9ine got creative and released a song called “GOOBA”. But also took the time to begin the fight that we have today writing this.

The first blow

It all started when Tekashi, who earned the nickname of “Snitch9ine” (“Soplón9ueve”), shared a video in which is recorded a documentary on Suge Knight, where the former CEO of Death Row Records insinuates that Snoop was once a snitch.

6ix9ine then left another comment suggesting that Snoop had made Knight: You’re in denial, the paperwork is in line and Suge Knight speaks about that from the prison, but we choose to ignore who we want to call rats. [sic]”.

Snoop Dogg strikes back

Do you believe that Snoop Dogg was going to leave the things as well? No, No, No. The rapper from Long Beach, California, he responded with a threat. One that blotted out all but the internet took save.

In it tells Tekashi: “The last time you said something, I don’t have time. But today I have the time. It will be best that you get out of my line. Rat, it’s best to leave me alone. Andor am not indicated. No way… Go and get your things out of my way. You head dog funky, head of rainbow, head of dog. If, you. Better leave the Dogg alone. Child rat”.

By now the fight has been there, however, it is likely to last more rounds, unless one of the two harte. So soon, that does not seem to be the case. Now it is a matter of time to see if this note will have to upgrade soon.