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Actor Morgan Freeman was a trending Twitter topic on Thursday night (October 1), shortly after 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’ unleashed Savage Mode 2. The U.K. native teased the 83-year-old Academy Award winner’s involvement in the project with an Instagram trailer earlier this week.

“To be in Savage Mode is to go hard, not allowing anything to stop or deter you from your mission,” Freeman says in the clip. “Basically, when someone is in savage mode they’re not to be fucked with.”

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But no one was prepared for the extent to which Freeman is involved in the album. The celebrated actor, whose deep, commanding voice has become somewhat of a pop culture phenomenon, surfaces numerous times throughout the 15-track effort, offering life lessons in a way only Freeman can.

On the interlude “Snitches & Rats,” people are convinced Freeman dissed Tekashi 6ix9ine, although he never mentions his name. Instead, Freeman breaks down the difference between a snitch and rat.

“A regular citizen who reports seeing a crime isn’t a ‘snitch’ or a ‘rat,’ the criminals were just sloppy,” he says. “Snitches and rats are not the same thing, let me break it down to make sure y’all see what I mean/A ‘snitch’ is someone minding other folks’ business/To find information they can sell for a price or trade for some other form of compensation.

“A ‘rat’ is a traitor, a conceiver, planner or physical participator/He doesn’t sell secrets for power or cash, he betrays the trust of his team or his family hoping to save his own cowardly ass/The difference is, at least a snitch is human, but a rat is a fuckin’ rat, period.”

Of course, 6ix9ine’s reputation as a rat exploded following his 2018 arrest on racketeering charges. The rainbow-loving rapper, who ultimately admitted to snitching, infamously turned government witness less than a day after he was taken into federal custody.

His October 2019 testimony at the trial of known Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack and Anthony “Harv” Ellison not only resulted in their convictions but helped take down their criminal enterprise.

Twitter erupted with reactions to Freeman’s carefully worded interlude. Check out some of the reactions below.

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