Tekashi 6ix9ine’s reputation in the hip-hop world is quite a controversial one. He has been labeled as a “snitch” ever since he cooperated with the federal government. This is frowned upon in his line of business and it continues to affect him to this day.
Scott Storch recently appeared on Drink Champs and stated that he will never collaborate with 6ix9ine again. The producer told the show’s co hosts, DJ EFN and N.O.R.E., that he no longer wants to be linked with the rapper in any way.
I’ve had so many difficult moments, you know, I’ve worked with Tekashi 6ix9ine. That all went bad, like, at the time, we made what I felt like was a f*cking crazy record. You can’t take that away from the man. It’s difficult, like when you’re in person and all of a sudden, you see somebody like, ‘Oh sh*t, now I gotta take pictures’ and this and that and blah blah blah and then people are going to shit on me. All that sh*t. It’s hard, man.
Prior to 6ix9ine’s arrest in 2019, Storch produced three tracks for the rapper’s second studio album. Although it was nice money for the accomplished producer, he now feels it is not worth repeating it. The producer also believes 6ix9ine’s music is quite successful despite his reputation.
I’ll say this — the Tekashi records be streaming, boy. I’m just saying that was a bag but no, I’m not working with him.
A huge list of rappers have said unequivocally that they do not want anything to do with 6ix9ine. Scott Storch is a relatively new addition to the list. After becoming the federal government’s main witness in a case against the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, 6ix9ine has been enjoying his freedom, but at a high cost.
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