Daniel “6ix9ine” Hernandez took ‘convenient amnesia’ to unchartered heights when he posed a silly question on his Instagram bio.
6ix9ine taunts people calling him a snitch
The rapper has been out of federal prison for about a week now. 6ix9ine, after numerous attempts, was finally granted leave to serve the remainder of his RICO sentence at home.
A lot of this leniency was owed to his cooperation in the federal trial against the State and the infamous Nine Trey Bloods.
6ix9ine was talked into testifying against his former business partners slash fellow gang members to avoid a lengthy jail sentence for his role in coordinating a hit, running a drug cartel, public shootings and racketeering.
Could it be due to his work with the FBI?
An opportunist fueled by self-preservation and greed, 6ix9ine took the offer gladly and boy did he sing.
Consequent to his testimony, his friends Anthony Harv Ellison and Aljermiah Nuke Mack were found guilty of crimes ranging from kidnapping, racketeering and conspiring to distribute narcotics.
Out of all the suspects charged with the crimes, 6ix9ine got the sweetest deal. For his cooperation, the Brooklyn rainbow-haired trolster got a light two years imprisonment.
However, in a miraculous twist of fate, 6ix9ine was able to force the federal court to grant him permission to serve the remainder of his sentence at home due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The request from his lawyers was not opposed by the feds, a gesture of goodwill for his courtroom tell-all.
The hints of a 6ix9ine comeback
So, languishing in his six-figure home — or in protective custody — 6ix9ine has been biding his time, crafting the perfect reintroduction to a world pensively awaiting signs of life from the internet’s biggest troll.
At first, he popped up on the comments section of The Shade Room’s Instagram post, signing himself up for snitching duties in Los Angeles.
The comment made headlines, but for the rapper, the positive response did not address his concern with why people are calling him a snitch.
Instead of posting, something his house arrest rules does not prohibit, 6ix9ine reeled eyes onto his profile with a question written in his bio, “why everybody callin me a snitch? I’m missin something…?”
Any conscientious effort to furnish a response to this question is boggling, to say the least. The rapper is expected to honour the $10 million deal he signed with 10K Projects while he was locked up with new music.
The recent activity on Instagram suggests that this may be the start of a 6ix9ine major comeback that will polarise Hip-Hop culture as we know it.