Yeah, Akon said, Tekashi 69 Shouldn’t Have Been In A Position To Snitch. As you already know, Tekashi 69 was released early from prison because of the Coronavirus pandemic after working with the attorney general to drive out his former gang members. He is still a reason to discuss on, although he didn’t release music from his debut album “Dummy Boy” in 2019.
In a recent Instagram live interview with DJ Whoo Kid, Akon offered a different perspective on Tekashi 69, who works with federal prosecutors, and even went so far as to say that his friends should never have put him in a position to do so.
Akon talked about his relationship with Tekashi and called him his “little man”. He gave his perspective on the reality of the situation for Tekashi and said: “He had to literally decide:” What is more precious? for me? “Family or my future, now as a child.” He added, “You have to make a decision that will improve you.” He added and spoke to DJ Whoo Kid: “Now there is no excuse for why we went through the trenches. We understand what it is.”
See what he said below:
Of course, Akon’s prospect sparked an online debate. Given a particular situation, is there ever a time when the “snitch” is okay if he’s been in prison for more than 40 years? Is there a road code if you don’t come from the street but adopt yourself in a gang?
If Akon isn’t talking about current hip-hop events on Instagram, he’s working on building his own city. We have previously reported that he has made great strides in creating his own city, Akon City, where his project will be completed in the next decade.