New York, NY – Fat Joe had some harsh phrases for fellow New Yorker Tekashi 6ix9ine. During a current interview with Angie Martinez, the veteran MC spoke on the incarcerated rapper and defined why he went from making an attempt to highschool 6ix9ine to eager to distance himself from the polarizing artist utterly.

In truth, he stated he’d fairly be six-feet underneath than be related to him. Joe additionally expressed disbelief on the individuals who nonetheless help 6ix9ine — even after he cooperated with the feds in his racketeering case.

“I believed he was a pleasant man, and now he can’t be my buddy, he can’t come round me ever once more,” Joe says across the 19:13-minute mark. “Those are guidelines. He crossed that line […] I pray for individuals who cross that line — once they discuss to the police they usually snitch, I pray for them.”

He added, “I’d die earlier than you see me within the image with Tekashi 6ix9ine.”

6ix9ine was arrested final November on a number of felony counts stemming from his involvement with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. In the months since his arrest, the 22-year-old Brooklyn native has implicated a number of of his co-conspirators, incomes him the nickname “Snitch9ine.”

In January, 6ix9ine pleaded responsible to 9 counts and was going through not less than 47 years in jail if convicted. However, in trade for his full cooperation, he may not really spend a lot time behind bars.

According to the unsealed plea deal, the U.S. Attorney’s Office within the Southern District of New York agreed “to not prosecute the defendant for the crimes set forth in Counts One by Nine …. in addition to extra crimes that the defendant has advised the federal government about” in trade for the knowledge.

Fat Joe evidently isn’t down with that.

Watch the complete interview above.

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