Tekashi 6ix9ine essentially dug himself a massive hole last week. The rapper, who constantly taunted other rappers to test his gangsta, officially broke the number one rule of the streets. The rapper snitched in his federal racketeering case after copping a deal with prosecutors. After news broke out, the jokes erupted while many have "canceled" the rapper over the fact that he snitched. Despite everything, Akademiks is still riding for his man but not everyone wants to see it on their timeline.


Many are wondering if 6ix9ine's fanbase will still listen to his music if he ends up releasing new content behind bars. One person who definitely won't be checking for it is Meek Mill. The YouTube sensation posted a clip of an unreleased collaboration between 6ix9ine and Akademiks' alter ego, Lil Ak. The Philly rapper, who released the video for "Going Bad" ft. Drake yesterday, slid into the comment section of Akademiks' post and blasted him for promoting 6ix9ine after the Brooklyn rapper snitched.


"He telling... shows over buddy," he wrote. "Stop posting bull you disrespecting us."

Meek's previously taken aim at Akademiks in the past. While Meek is clearly not a big fan of Ak, he said that he had to keep his eyes out on the "mumble rapper promo page" after he felt that Ak disrespected him.