50 Centis sure 6ix9ine will keep on selling records following his discharge from jail.
The hip-jump tycoon clarified his position during an ongoing appearance on The Angie Martinez Show. At around the 55:40-minute imprint, the main host recommended 6ix9ine may lose support because of his participation with the feds. Fif expelled this thought, saying “road feelings” would not squash 6ix9ine’s prosperity.
“Nothing’s going to prevent him from selling records,” Fif stated, including that specific fans will comprehend why the rapper affirmed against his co-litigants. “… Center America has children that comprehend that you didn’t bolster individuals who were going to hurt your mother—that you didn’t bolster individuals who were going to really hurt you. They get that.”
Angie brought up that numerous children in Middle America submit general direction to the lanes trying to feel associated with the way of life; she addressed whether this could lead a few fans to shed their help fo 6ix9ine.
“They do attempt to comprehend the road and the vitality that goes on it and all the wordings and such stuff,” 50 reacted. “However, they do comprehend that part, Ang. Was [6ix9ine] expected to keep it genuine and do 40 years for the fellows who were going to plan something for [his] mother and they were really plotting to truly harm [him]?”
Fif additionally said 6ix9ine was supported by a powerful player in the game. The 23-year-old rapper surrendered to his old record mark 10K Projects in 2019, as he anticipated condemning for government racketeering charges. 10k Projects was established by Elliot Grainge, child of Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge.
Somewhere else in the meeting, 50 asserted a record name—apparently 10K Projects—had lost six figures on a video shoot that was planned on one of 6ix9ine’s preliminary dates. Fif proposed the shoot was gotten ready for the day on the grounds that 6ix9ine’s group was certain he would be discharged.