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Online prankster Boonkgang popularized the term “Whole lotta gang sh*t,” referring to.. well, illegal or hood sh** for a lack of better words. It’s usually shouted in “Worldstar” style before doing something criminal for the sake of going viral. Well just keep in mind that there’s a difference in actual gang behavior and what Boonk was doing. All he mostly did was steal boxes of chicken and took off running on camera. That only amounts to a few days in jail. Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine on the other hand was involved in actual gang sh** and now he’s getting ready to pay for it.

The Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has now plead guilty to federal weapons and racketeering charges and now cooperating with federal authorities against his former violent gang members in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. His cooperation could get him leniency against what could very well be a minimum of 47 years in prison. He was charged in November for “wreaking havoc in New York City” and “engaging in brazen acts of violence.” That’s a lot for a 22 year old. He’s so far admitted to helping in killing a rival gang member and selling a kilo of heroin in Brooklyn.

“In the fall of 2017, I met and joined the Nine Trey Blood Gang. As a member of Nine Trey, the enterprise engaged in such activities including shooting at people, robbing people, and at times drug trafficking,” he told the Daily News.

And let’s not forget this isn’t the first or anywhere close to his first time butting heads with the law. He plead guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance in 2015, he was arrested twice last year for allegedly attacking a 16 year old and driving without a license. He almost got others killed when a video set he was on with Nicki Minaj got shot up in 2018 as well.

Everything’s all fun and games until the feds have declared they’ve had enough of your sh** and all of that gang sh** as it’s called turns out to be a whole lot of time behind bars. In his case, as is the case with many celebrities, he may not serve that much time, but he still has to get out and deal with the fact everyone knows he’s been snitching. So you tell us which is worse? The next time you decide to shout “a whole lot of gang sh**,” be prepared to be ready for the consequences of whatever you’re doing after that.

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