YG Trolls 6ix9ine Over Potential Jail Time: 'Pedophile Ass Child Molestor'

YG photographed in 2016
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YG photographed in 2016.

After hearing that Manhattan prosecutors were recommending jail time for 6ix9ine, YG continued his feud with the Brooklyn rapper by trolling him via Instagram once again Thursday night (Aug. 9). This time, the Stay Dangerous rapper attacked his publicized 2015 conviction of using a child in a sexual performance

"Lil nasty ass muhfucka. Now go to jail and get yo dick sucked. Pedophile ass child molester," YG penned with the story of Tekashi potentially going behind bars as the post's background. He followed up with a series of laughing emojis when responding to XXL's coverage of 6ix9ine facing sentencing. 

The "Gummo" artist resumed his war of words with the West Coast MC on DJ Akademiks' Instagram page. "This still won't make you have a hit song YG. [Suck] my [dick] with [your] mother's lips," Tekashi fired back in response to YG's post.

Earlier this month (Aug. 3), the Manhattan District Attorney's office sent a letter to the New York State Supreme Court, suggesting a one-to-three year sentence for 6ix9ine. The prosecution believes he's violated the probation terms of his 2015 plea, where he's been arrested multiple times since. The 22-year-old's pair of run-ins with the law involve him allegedly choking out a teen at a Texas mall in January and driving without a license later on in May. 

In the letter obtained by The Blast, Assistant District Attorney Sara Weiss doesn't believe 6ix9ine has exuded proper behavior during his time as a free man since the conviction. "Defendant has had over two years to demonstrate to this Court that the role he played in the sexual exploitation of a thirteen-year-old child was an aberration in his otherwise law-abiding life. He has failed to do so," she wrote. 

Check out YG's post mocking 6ix9ine below. 


#yg ain’t feeling sad for #tekashi69 at all

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