Tekashi 6ix9ine has taken snitching to a whole new level. The rapper has been testifying for the past few days against his former friends - members of the Nine Trey Bloods gang.
And when Tekashi wraps up his testimony today, he'll prepare for his next snitching session - possibly against Cardi B.
A member of Cardi's inner circle told MTO News that they believe that Tekashi has been talking to the Queens prosecutor in charge of Cardi's case - to give her information on The Bloods gang, and about Cardi B's ties to the organization.
Cardi B is currently facing trial in New York on felony charges stemming from a strip club brawl last year. The "Bodak Yellow" artist was indicted this summer on second-degree attempted assault, third-degree assault, second-degree harassment, fourth- and fifth-degree criminal solicitation, fifth- and sixth-degree conspiracy and second-degree reckless endangerment.
Prosecutors believe the motive for the assault was that Cardi B suspected one of the strippers was having an affair with her husband, Offset, whose group, Migos, was performing that night. During the fight, Cardi was also caught on video throwing an ice bucket at the targeted stripper, whom she has since been court-ordered to stay away from.
And prosecutors claim that Cardi used members of the Bloods gang, to attack the dancer. The dancer - who goes by the name Jade - is Tekashi's current girlfriend.
Since the indictment, more than 3 people (all suspected Bloods gang members) were arrested on unrelated charges - including Cardi's bodyguard Jeffery Bush, who was recently arrested on drug charges.
Cardi's friend explained, "Someone is snitching, and [we think] it's Tekashi. He's giving police all the street information he learned while with the Nine Treys."
We asked Cardi's close friend, whether Cardi is worried about Tekashi possibly testifying against her - and tell the jury "street information" he knows about her.
Cardi's pal told MTO News, "Hell yeah she's worried about that snitch n*gga [Tekashi 6ix9ine]. That boy is telling on everyone."