It’s humorous how the plot usually unthickens when media scrutiny quiets down. That a lot is true Tekashi 6ix9ine, and the main points surrounding his July kidnapping. Although many observers had been open to the concept, the theft was, actually, a scripted occasion acted out by “disaster actors,” judging by the some the publicly-aired skirmishes (the airport brawl involves thoughts) enjoying out like a poorly scripted wrestling match.
Of the numerous authorized circumstances, Tekashi is implicated, the kidnapping in July was the uncommon instance the place the roles had been reversed. With Tekashi sitting within the sufferer’s chair for as soon as, investigators had been confronted to play a recreation attrition. After months weeding by the lengthy record Tekashi’s adversaries, legislation enforcement is figuring out Anthony Jamel Ellison because the mastermind behind the hijacking plot.
It seems, Ellison, a former member Tekashi’s administration group, was fired after the now-infamous LAX brawl. TMZ has realized that Ellison felt he was resulting from an undisclosed quantity cash as a result of he considered himself as an integral half the Tr3yway outfit main as much as 6ix9ine’s breakout to the mainstream. Law enforcement ficials are satisfied these repressed emotions are what led to his decisive motion with the carjacking. As is ten the case, blood feuds this nature are often over “unpaid money owed.”
The last we heard from J Prince, the Rap-a-Lot Records CEO said he had made an “OG call” to Drake, insisting that he not respond to Pusha T’s ferocious diss track against him, “The Story Adidon.” The possibility a Drake response seemed to become more unlikely after hearing the new information and now even further details have broken out about their conversation. Appearing on Sway in the Morning, J Prince gave context to why he was so against Drizzy clapping back at Push, noting that his response would have ended careers and ruined families.
J Prince and Drake have a long history, dating back to when his son Jas Prince discovered the Canadian on MySpace, giving him an opportunity. Sway prompted the legend to speak on what made him so against the continuation their beef, to which J Prince replied, ” I saw this going to a place that I feel would have ended his career if Drake would’ve put out this song that he had on him.” Noting that lines were crossed, Prince continued by confirming that a response exists, saying, “Oh no doubt about it. The ingredients were overwhelming. I know for a fact that it would’ve been bad for Kanye and my man. It wouldn’t have been good, it’s beyond music at that point. It’s gonna affect the livelihood, it’s gonna interfere with his entire lifestyle from that day forward.”
Drake seems to have given his word to J Prince that he would not retaliate as he prepares to let the situation blow over. The Rap-a-Lot CEO said he does not believe the song will ever see the light day. Listen to audio the interview below.