Future was celebrating his latest batch of RIAA certifications and dropped off a lengthy message that caught the attention of Tekashi 6ix9ine.
As we inch closer to the release of Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj's "Trollz" collaboration, the rainbow-haired rapper continues to poke fun at his fellow artists. On Thursday (June 11), Future wanted to share his latest slew of accomplishments with his millions of social media followers. The rapper posted an image that showed a number of his songs earning new RIAA certifications, including his The Weeknd-assisted single "Low Life" as well as "Mask Off" going 7x Platinum.
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"The results frm when u bet on yourself...been ah go getter never waited on no n*gga,stayed solid never did no pillow talking gave n*ggas they b*tches back they wifed um up,I raised these steppers," Future wrote. After boasting about himself for a while, Future also dropped off a note about snitches. "At the end of the day u work for the police ð I believe if u hang with a snitch u a snitch and deserve to die but that's jus me Ima get a billion and all the killers love me #facts I owe u ah f*ck u I would say suck my d*ck but you gone do it...king Pluto #facto I trust me."
Tekashi 6ix9ine hopped in the comment section to share his final thoughts. "If you a deadbeat you don’t deserve to die??????????ð¥´ okay im gone don’t @ me I’m busy video drop ina few." Read through Future's message in its entirety below.