Slauson star Nipsey Hussle had made an appearance on the album Port of Miami II’s eighth track, “Rich N*gga Lifestyle,” alongside G.O.O.D Music’s Teyana Taylor. Nipsey Hussle’s new song with Rick Ross happened after Pusha T’s exclusion from Rick Ross’ highly anticipated tenth album.
In the song that lasts for 4 minutes, the Victory Lap rapper remarks on one of hip-hop’s most-controversial figures: Tekashi 6ix9ine. He had infamously ignited feuds with his contemporaries. The lines go like this- “Can’t name a fake n*gga that was not exposed / Y’all n*ggas surprised that Tekashi told?” Nipsey caustically spits. “Ain’t a real street ni**a / ‘less you got a code.”
Nipsey hasn’t personally had any beef with Tekashi but he had made it clear in the interviews that he stands with street code. He had also cleared his stance on Tekashi earlier while speaking on Big Boy TV.
The Brooklyn native is currently behind bars on racketeering charges. The rap community has been ridiculing him after the news broke that he was apparently cooperating with authorities as an informant in exchange for a lighter sentence. The Brooklyn native’s suspected snitching didn’t go well with the lot who have grown up in the streets.
Before the arrest took place Nipsey told Big Boy that for him Tekashi was a fraud and not worth his time, public outrage or getting into beef with. He said, “The public should not even react to clown s**t.” He mentioned people should rather follow the real niggas who aren’t reacting to it at all. “Put the dude on goofy time and just let him sit over here doing what he doing till that s**t expire, cause it always gonna self-destruct, clearly,” he added.