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Several outlets reported that Tekashi 6ix9ine was scheduled for an early release and 50 Cent took the time out to take shots at fellow Nine Trey Blood gang member and rapper, Jim Jones.

Fif shared a screenshot of an old Instagram Live of the disgraced rapper being released from jail in another unrelated case. The caption read, “Now individual 1 ya gonna have to tell everybody how you were on tape in court on the phone coaching Mel,to super duper violate shorty but the Feds never picked you up and the charges were Rico & conspiracy Confidential informant.”


The Hip Hop mogul didn’t name the Harlem rapper but everyone assumed he was referring to Jones. Two years ago TMZ released a transcript between 6ix9ine’s former manager, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan, Mel Murda, and an unidentified person who many believed was the “We Fly High” rapper.

The trial confirmed that the third person was in fact Jim Jones and he was suggesting that the disgraced rapper gets “violated” for trying to publicly distance himself from the gang. “Now he gotta get violated,” Jones said.

“Yeah super violated. Super duper,” Mel responded. “Ain’t no much he could really do unless he roun around with 100 armed securities all day.”

Jim Jones is home quarantined like the rest of us and caught wind of 50 Cent’s comments and responded with a name-less clap back about “rats” and “so-called real ones.”

“Melly said he doin super fine You have to watch out for these so call real ones that’s rooting for rats to come home and And wanna see real niggas go to jail,” Jones captioned the post. “Any nigga that needs to try n tarnish another mans name for personal gain has to b a hoe why else would he have my dick so far down his throat lol 😂 pause.”

50 Cent didn’t waste any time responding and it was a bit more direct this time. “I learn something new everyday,” he wrote. “See i looked out for this guy when he needed help. I made a call to get him his deal but people forget. being a good judge of character is detrimental to success and people change so you have to watch them. if you stay on point you will peep the change.”