NBA YoungBoy prefers jumping on a song with Tekashi 6ix9ine than other rappers he referred to as p***sy as* n**as. In his recent interview with Akademics on Clubhouse, YoungBoy said, “he’d work with Tekashi 6ix9ine before he’d work with other rappers in the industry.”
YoungBoy explained, “I’ll do a song with 6ix9ine before I do a song with half of these p***y ass n***as, ya hear me?” After Akademiks said that YoungBoy would be killed for saying that, the Louisiana-born rapper replied, “The industry can suck my d***. I ain’t got sh*t — I ain’t got nothin’ against him. That sh*t ain’t gon nun to do with me. I wasn’t in his situation.”
YoungBoy went on to say that people can speculate about what they’d do in Tekashi’s shoes, but they don’t really know until they’re put in a similar situation. Akademiks then told YoungBoy that he’d reach out to Tekashi, to which he replied, “He can hit you. I’ll have a conversation with him. I just told you I ain’t got nothin’ to do with all that p***y a** sh*t. His business don’t concern my business.”
It makes you wonder if a deal is presented to YoungBoy, would he take it the same way 69 took this plea deal.
As we reported, the rapper cooperated with the feds and even testified before the Grand Jury. The U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York agreed “not to prosecute  for the crimes set forth in Counts One through Nine.” So, various crimes are off the books. In addition, prosecutors agreed not to go after 69 for crimes he told prosecutors about but have not yet been charged.
The plea deal also says, “It is understood that the defendant’s cooperation is likely to reveal the activities of individuals and that witness protection may be required at a later date.” It sounds like that may be necessary, because 69’s testimony implicates hardened criminals accused of extremely violent crimes.
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