50 Cent and Tekashi 6ix9ine used to be so tight Fif called him his son.
However, after his 6ix9ine rat turn 50 said he was done talking to him.
Despite Fif's disdain for what Snitch9 did, he believes the troll rapper will be good to go when he gets out of prison this summer. [Jump to 55 minutes.]
"Nothing's going to stop him from selling records," Fif said during an interview with Angie Martinez.
Then Angie brought up the "streets."
"Ask them when was the last time they bought a CD," 50 said of the streets. "Because they're not the music-buying audience. Middle America has kids that understand that you didn't support people who were gonna hurt your mom—that you didn't support people who were gonna actually hurt you. They understand that."
"They do try to understand the street and the energy that goes on it and all the terminologies and all that stuff," 50 continued, speaking on record-buying middle America. "But they do understand that part, Ang. Was 6ix9ine supposed to keep it real and do 40 years for the dudes who were gonna do something to his mother and they was actually plotting to really hurt me?"
50 then added that his young son Sire wouldn't understand the street mentality concerning snitching and went on to say that 6ix9ine is backed by the Grange family, who have already spent a fortune on him.
That's the machine, Angie," 50 said about 10K Projects boss Elliot Grainge and his father, Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge.