Famous celebrities have been ending up on the side of snitching to earn their freedom.
According to the famous Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, rapper Jim Jones also acts as a snitch, Jim Jones was caught on the phone telling associates of the Nine Trey Bloods to “super violate” former Nine Trey Bloods associate Daniel Hernandez a.k.a Tekashi69 a.k.a 6ix9ine.
Recently, Tekashi69 was released from federal prison after ratting on several Nine Trey Bloods members who are certainly serving decades in prison.
Famous for snitching after being caught with just over 650 grams of cocaine in 1978, Tim Allen became an informant in Kalamazoo, Michigan before he made it big in Hollywood as the star of Home Improvement on ABC. Considering Michigan had just passed a law enforcing life sentences for drug possession over 650 grams.
Tim’s bust could not have come at a worse time. As a result of agreeing to snitch for the feds, Allen was able to avoid a life term by getting his case moved to federal court, where sentencing guidelines at the time were more lenient.
Lil’ Cease a.k.a James Lloyd went from claiming he wasn’t a rat to apologizing to Lil’ Kim for, among other things, testifying against her at her trial for perjury. She was suspected of lying to a grand jury about her involvement in a 2001 shooting, so the feds subpoenaed anyone who might testify.
She was convicted and sentenced to one year in prison in 2005 based on the testimony of those witnesses. One of those people was Cease. Although he publicly admitted to ratting out Kim, he denied being a snitch even though his entire argument included an admission that he had indeed snitched on her by testifying against her in court.
When he admitted to being a rat that cannot tell the difference between a rat and a cat, the Reverend Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr said, “I’m not a rat, I’m a cat.”. When an FBI agent offered him a cut of future drug sales and helped investigate boxing promoter, Don King, a rat that was wearing a wire on members of the Genovese Family in the 1980s was caught on camera nodding. The Reverend Sharpton presents himself as a victim.
According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website, rapper Tekashi69 a.k.a 6ix9ine, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, is no longer in custody. A couple of weeks ago, he requested an early release due to Coronavirus risks. In exchange for snitching on several members of the Nine Trey Bloods, he got a plea deal of 13 months served.