6ix9ine’s Baby Mama Said He Snitched So Much He Won’t Do Much Time
It's fairly clear that Tekashi 6ix9ine is working with the federal government.
If nothing else, he offered out his former homie Kooda B, who he admitted to paying for taking a shot at Chief Keef, resulting in Kooda's arrest.
6ix9ine's embittered Baby Mama Sara Molina spoke on the troll rapper snitching on Kooda in an interview with Vlad TV.
"It's tremendous f-ed up," she mentioned of 6ix9ine ratting on Kooda. "He has an entire music named after Kooda. It simply wasn't a random person who he didn't know that might simply do it for cash. If Kooda did do it, he did it off the energy of his relationship with my daughter's father. They had been mates. To me it's fairly f-ed. You ship somebody to do one thing for you. Then when all hell breaks unfastened you wanna be like'oh, that individual did it'. Even although they solely did it off the energy of you asking them."
She additionally instructed that her Baby Daddy was giving up anybody and everybody:
"You gotta learn in between the phrases," she mentioned, after studying a few of 6ix9ine's paperwork. "Superceding and all of that. He principally admitted to the crimes he took half in, his participation, and he's agreeing to reveal some other info so far as what occurred and who was there and the way it occurred. And set forth, since he has finished that, so long as he doesn't get into any additional prison exercise or crime, all 9 counts are out the window. That's how I take it. Basically, we may learn in between the strains of what his settlement was."
Vlad agreed, including that his lawyer has analyzed the paperwork, and the legal professional believes that Tekashi 6ix9ine might quickly be a free man.
"He walks away," Sara agreed. "It's loopy proper. I simply assume that it's unbelievable however in a way, not a lot. For folks on the skin wanting in, it's unbelievable. But I imply, it's sort of what was anticipated."
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Porter Robinson Explains How To Make The Perfect Dance Record In Grammy Interview
Sadly, Porter Robinson didn't obtain a GRAMMY for his facet challenge Virtual Self, which was nominated for Best Dance Recording for “Ghost Voices.” That award went to Diplo & Mark Ronson’s challenge Silk City, for his or her observe “Electricity” with Dua Lipa.
Still, Porter says that to even be nominated for his facet challenge, which was extra about him expressing a distinct facet of himself, was a blessing. He walked the crimson carpet and spoke to the hosts concerning the challenge.
“This challenge was me clawing my means out of this artistic battle I used to be having underneath my very own challenge and eager to do one thing that basically subverted expectations and stunned and scared some folks,” he mentioned. “For this to get the Grammy nom, it was so removed from what I anticipated.”
They additionally requested him, as one would eager to know extra a few topic they’re unfamiliar with, about what makes the “good dance recording.”
“Everyone may have a distinct reply for this, however a fantastic hook is de facto vital. It’s all about construction in dance music. It’s all concerning the second one thing is revealed. Tension and launch is the secret. Also the drums have to take a seat proper, dance music is drums — that’s the essence of it.”
Porter additionally talks concerning the Four-hour set he carried out at 1720 in Los Angeles this previous Friday, between two headlining units on the Shrine Auditorium. Check all of it out beneath.