Nicki Minaj and Akon have revealed themselves as the first two artists to be working with Tekashi 6ix9ine post-prison. His return to the music scene and to social media has been eventful, including records broken during live-streams, arguments with Billboard, and trollery with Meek Mill, Rich The Kid, and more.

When the clock hits midnight, a new song will be out on the market from 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj, which has earned Minaj a fair amount of backlash. She has stated that she doesn't need anybody to defend her for her choices, despite her fans' constant attacks on anybody that dares to disagree with the Queen's decisions.

Jim Jones is one person that people always look out for when something happens regarding Tekashi 6ix9ine. The New York rapper, and member of the Nine Trey Bloods, was caught on a phone call spewing threats about the rainbow-haired informant. You already know that he isn't a fan of 6ix9ine but, because of her recent choice to collaborate with him, Jim Jones is also going against Nicki Minaj now.

"Lol," wrote Capo on a post questioning Nicki Minaj's integrity for working with Tekashi. The picture has a clown emoji placed over the rap legend's face and a rat over 69.

One thing is for sure, Jim Jones will not be listening to "Trollz" on Friday.