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Jim Jones Speaks On Tekashi 6ix9ine's Future New York Privileges

Jim Jones has some connection to the Tekashi…
Jim Jones Speaks On Tekashi 6ix9ine's Future New York Privileges

Jim Jones has some connection to the Tekashi 6ix9ine situation.

It was former Byrd Gang member Mel Murda (aka Mel Metrix) who had promised to "super-violate" 6ix9ine right before the Feds swooped in and arrested everyone. Mel ended up pleading guilty in the RICO case against the Nine Treys, possibly because of info Tekashi provided. (And Mel's apparently having a tough time locked up.)

In a recent interview with The Cruz Show, Jones made it clear that 6ix9ine is dead to him.


"His history is erased. We not even gon' say what we liked or what we [don't like]. Screw him. He did some actions that he can't come back from, so his name non-mentionable," Jones said, after Cruz mentioned he actually liked some 6ix9ine songs.

Cruz then asked Jones if 6ix9ine -- who could be out soon because of his snitching -- would be able to return to NYC.

"I don't know what he could do," Jones responded. "I don't give a f*ck what he could do. That's not my job. If he did step foot in there, they should stay far away from him. I grew up in [an] era where certain things...you cannot come back from. It's not fixing that. You black, you black forever. You a rat, you a rat forever. Ain't no coming back from that. So, that'a subject that we don't even have to touch on."

Jim Jones Speaks On Tekashi 6ix9ine's Future New York Privileges
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