Tekashi 6ix9ine opens up about the hit that Jim Jones put on him in 2018 and asks the question why he was never arrested for the task.
6ix9ine during his trial against the federal government on the stand alleged that Diplomats’ Jim Jones is a member of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. During cross-examination, prosecutors played an audio clip of a man, who 6ix9ine identified as Jim Jones, stating, “Now he got to get violated,” allegedly in reference to 6ix9ine.
During his testimony, 6ix9ine referred to Jim Jones as a “retired rapper.” Jones released a new album called El Capo in May 2019. Jones discussed 6ix9ine’s cooperation with the federal government, stating, “He did some actions that he can’t come back from, so his name non-mentionable,” according to XXL.
A conversation between Jim Jones and Mel Murda surfaced online after the court testimony of 6ix9ine. According to the audio clip, Jim Jones was urging the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods to “violate” 6ix9ine. In addition to that, Jones is heard telling Mel that he needs to keep quiet and let Shotti do all the talking. “He not a gang member no more,” Jones said. “He was never a gang member. They going to have to violate shorty because shorty is on some bulls–t.”
Tekashi 6ix9ine has now appeared on Clubhouse in 2021 in a recent discussion and asks why Jim Jones was never arrested for his conversation in the wiretap.
The New York rapper came out of prison setting records on youtube, but would shortly after complain about being blackballed in the industry even after working with the likes of the mega star Nicki Minaj.
Jim Jones recently partook in the Verzuz battle joining up with his Dipset crew to face off against Yonkers own The Lox. The groups are scheduled to take the show on the road in September.