Tekashi 6ix9ine has officially entered a guilty plea in his federal crimes case, and according to 50 Cent, that means nothing is off limits. During a recent interview on DJ Drama’s Shade 45 show on Feb. 3, Fif suggested Tekashi would be spilling a lot more information about his and his crew’s extracurricular activities now that he pled guilty.
In the interview, 50 referred to Tekashi’s RICO case, which stands for Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. It is a federal law that allows prosecutors to charge extended criminal penalties for acts performed as part of a criminal organization.
“[RICO] laws were designed for you not to escape them. When I saw what I saw in the paper, I feel like he’s gonna tell on everything,” 50, who has been very vocal about the rapper, said. “That was the part that wasn’t even in the indictment—the stuff that they’re saying that he’s talking about are not in the indictment so he’s offering that along with everything else, and then they added those new people to the indictment.”
50 also offered a prediction regarding what would happen to 6ix9ine’s career once he is released. “I think he can make music and people can hear it, but the original core and base that he tapped into won’t rock,” he continued. “I think [after he comes home from jail] that he can make music and people can hear it, but the original core and base that he tapped into won’t rock.”
As previously reported, the “Gummo” artist pled guilty to nine counts of federal crimes, including racketeering and firearm charges. As terms of his deal, he will also have to admit to aiding and abetting in the Chief Keef shooting.
Listen to 50’s full interview on Shade 45 below.