Boosie BadAzz isn't a fan of 6ix9ine after Tekashi told federal authorities that his associate Kooda B was the triggerman for the attempted Chief Keef shooting last summer. On Thursday (Feb. 14), the Baton Rouge, La. native hopped on Instagram and renounced his support for the rainbow-haired rapper.

In an Instagram post, Boosie claimed that he once supported freeing 6ix9ine when the rapper was first arrested on racketeering charges back in November 2018. He also explained why he withdrew said support.

"WHEN YOU FIRST WENT TO JAIL I WAS LIKE FREE DUDE CAUSE I DONT LIKE TO SEE NO ONE N DAT CAGE LIKE DAT‍♂️BUT ONE THING I DONT CONDONE OR SUPPORT IS RATS," Boosie said in his Instagram caption in his post that included a screenshot of a news story about 6ix9ine's cooperation with authorities.

Boosie continued, “YOU GOTTA SAY U A BITCH ASS NIGGAS WHO WAS JUST WAS PLAYING HOE GAMES WITH EVERYBODY ‍♂️YOU HAVE TO ADMIT ON WAX THAT YOU A HOE ASS NIGGA FROM NOW ON (period)I AND I DO UNDERSTAND YO SITUATION NIGGA. I WAS FACING A NEEDLE. (Lethal injection) N AINT BEND BREAK R FOLD #realniggas like myself WE HATE RATS IDK ABOUT NEWYORK BUT N LOUISIANA U WILL BE MURDERED LESS THAN A MONTH AFTER YOUR RELEASE FRFR YOUR KIDS WILL BULLIED N SCHOOL FOR THE DECISION YOU MADE ,YOU PUT ALL YOUR FAMILY N GRAVE DANGER FOR LIFE CAUSE OF THIS BS, DID U THINK BOUT THEY SAFETY? Keep it u DONT care bout nothin but YOU SMH."

In a transcript  from the hearing for his guilty plea, Tekashi labels Kooda as the person he paid $20,000 to shoot at Chief Keef. While that much was previously reported a couple weeks ago, the public availability of the transcript made the news that much more widespread, which might be why Boosie has picked now as the time to respond.

Read what Boosie has to say about 6ix9ine below.

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