When singing Tekashi 6ix9ine gets out of the Fed -- likely early next year -- he plans on rejecting witness protection and continuing his music career.
Irv Gotti thinks he'll be able to:
"I've never seen a rapper like this. This is a first. I don't know," Gotti said when asked by TMZ about Snitch9. "What I feel is that the new generation -- I think he can put out a hit record and they're gonna f*ck with him. They're not like me or like the older generation who really have strong beliefs on snitching. You know, you hear it now. A lot of people, you hear the comments like, 'I would snitch, too, if it was gonna hurt me.' I think it's a new world. It's different than when I came up. If we was talking about my generation, he would have no chance at a career."
The cameraman then asked Gotti if he thought a rat like 6ix9ine could have survived on the streets in the 90s.
"No chance. N*ggas would probably whoop his ass on sight...that didn't have nothing to do with the trial, just 'cause they know he's a snitch. They would just bomb on this n*gga, but it's a new world."
Gotti added that he doesn't know 6ix9ine and doesn't care to know him.