Gunna & 6ix9ine’s ‘Snitching’ Comparisons Explained by Lawyer

Kodak Black’s lawyer has broken down the difference between Gunna and 6ix9ines respective plea deal, confirming the idea that the YSL rapper didn’t technically cheat the way his rainbow-haired rap buddy did.

Bradford Cohen took to Instagram this week to issue a detailed response to the many questions he’s received in the wake of Gunna’s recent Alford plea, which found him pleads guilty to one count of racketeering conspiracy in the YSL RICO case to secure his release from prison.

That DS4Ever the rapper is one of several YSL members who have entered into plea agreementswhich experts believe only strengthens the prosecution’s case against Young Thugwho they claim is the leader of the “criminal street gang”.

As for 6ix9ine, he is notorious cooperation with federal authorities back in 2020 to judge several members of New York’s Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. Despite apologize for his “talkative” waysThe “Gummo” rapper has stood by his decision to testify against his co-defendants.

“I’ve had a huge amount of DMs asking my opinion on the Gunna vs 69 comparison,” Cohen wrote. “It’s interesting, but different scenarios in my opinion. First, I don’t judge what a Def does in their own interest. That’s their business. You can decide whether to FW them or not, and that’s your decision. Some people think that any snitching is snitching.”

He continued: “In Gunna’s case, his plea only affects the defense of [Young Thug] if he were to blame Gunna for drugs in the car. Besides that, the statement does not come in a court case. Now vs. 69. It was full of testimony against co def and against others in the industry. Again, not saying which is right or wrong, but there is a clear difference in the 2 situations. What do you think…is some sneaky snitching?”

Some people seem to think there’s little difference between Gunna and 6ix9ine’s situations, including the latter’s manager Wack 100, who earlier this week previewed a new track by his artist Yung Magnificent and said the hook (“Told the truth on the stand, he doesn’t lie on time”) was inspired by Gunna’s recent prayer.

Lil Durk also seems to have been inspired to write some new rhymes in the wake of Gunna’s actions. Monday (Jan. 16) native Chicago previewed a new song on social media with lyrics that seemed to target Drip season hitmaker outright.

“What happened to Virgil? He’ll probably tell/ I’m letting him go ’cause Timo ain’t selling/ Thanks 7 and Booka, I’m bragging about Melvin/ When lil boo and them mad ain’t nothing you can tell them / I can tell you what I did for the streets/ You got the papers, did it and made it/ I got to the clubhouse and got the steak.” Durk rapped on the track.

Gunna has previously worked with Durk on the song “What happened to Virgil?” from the latter 7220 album which paid tribute to the late Louis Vuitton and OFF-WHITE designer.

6ix9ine trolled Gunna for allegedly incriminating young thug in YSL RICO case

Meek Molle and Lil Baby added to Gunna’s post-incarceration by appearing to unfollow the rapper on Instagram as a result of his plea deal. A search for Gunna’s name on Meek and Baby’s respective followers now comes up empty, as spotted by eagle-eyed fans.

While the backlash has been intense, Gunna has insisted he wasn’t grabbing anyone.

“Although I have agreed to be truthful at all times, I want to make it abundantly clear that I have NOT made any statements, NOT been interviewed, NOT cooperated, NOT agreed to testify or be a witness for or against any party in case and have absolutely NO intention of being involved in the trial in any way,” he said in a statement after his release from prison.

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