Tekashi 6ix9ine got brownie points for featuring Bobby Shmurda on his track, “Stoopid” but the chances of the Brooklyn rappers collaborating again looks slim.

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Bobby told DJ Vlad “hell motherf*****g no” when asked if he’d do a track with the “GUMMO” rapper after controversial details of his ongoing legal battle surfaced. “I don’t even want to be next to that man—I’m good.” he said. “These motherfuckers would have everybody locked up. That’s why I tell these kids, too: These entertainers they just entertainers. They ain’t living that shit they be talking.”

Tekashi and his former manager were indicted on racketeering charges last year.  In February, he pleaded guilty to nine counts in the case and agreed to cooperate fully with the authorities. Many Hip Hop influencers denounced him because he’s a snitch and that’s against the street code.


Bobby Shmurda was arrested and charged with felony criminal possession of a weapon back in 2014. He pled guilty to one count of third-degree conspiracy, as well as one count of weapon possession. Him and his partner, Rowdy Rebel, was sentenced to seven years in prison. But there may be good news for the Hot N*gga in December 2020 during his parole hearing.