For the last three days, Instagram models and privileged kids have been partying it up in the desert, taking in performances and clipping flowers in their hair at Coachella. The first weekend featured some noteworthy moments, including the premiere Childish Gambino’s new movie with Rihanna, performances by Ariana Grande, Khalid, and others, and tons stars frolicking throughout the Indio grounds. As always, the most buzzworthy members high society were seen in the crowd during Coachella’s first weekend and many them were in attendance for YG‘s standout show last night. Fans the Bompton artist were curious to see if he would address his close friend Nipsey Hussle’s death during his set, which he did several times, but another moment stood out. The Stay Dangerous rapper debuted a brand new song for the huge crowd, coming through with “Stop Snitching” and dedicating it to everybody’s favorite rainbow-haired troll.
Tekashi 6ix9ine has been behind bars since last year and earlier this month, members his legal team said that they think he could be getting out in 2020. Of course, their reason for believing that has to do with the fact that he allegedly told federal authorities all about what other members his gang were up to, snitching on every single one them. “Stop Snitching,” which will likely be included on YG’s next album, enjoyed its first performance at Coachella with visuals a stop sign spelling out the song’s title next to a photo 6ix9ine’s mugshot. As you likely already know, YG and Tekashi do not have the cleanest history. The two have gone at each other for months and it’s not entirely a surprise to see YG speaking out against his rival on wax.
As reported by XXL, YG raps about those who choose to rat out their friends on the song, saying: “You got fear in your heart so you cooperate/ I guess that’s how bitch n***as operate.”
Watch a clip from his performance below and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for its ficial release. During the show, YG revealed that his next album, which remains untitled, will be out on May 3.