Tekashi 6ix9ine Girlfriend Jade Iced Breakup Reports "Free The Real"

Tekashi 6ix9ine Girlfriend Jade Iced Breakup Reports "Free The Real"

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Tekashi 6ix9ine and his girlfriend Jade are nonetheless going sturdy.

The mannequin poured chilly water on rumors that they broke up after he turned a snitch. Jade posted a pic on the Gram exhibiting she and Tekashi 6ix9ine holding palms whereas exhibiting f their iced out watch and bracelet. She captioned the publish, “Forever free the true and f*** the faux.” 69 and Jade have been relationship for nearly six months now, however over the previous few weeks stories surfaced claiming that she parted methods with him over his snitching.

On Valentine’s Day, she posted a pic him whereas wishing him blissful V-Day. But it was what she mentioned within the caption that caught everybody abruptly. “I at all times knew you had been a rat ass ni**a,” she wrote. While she did add some laughing emojis, 69 is, in reality, feeling quite a bit fallout for putting a plea cope with prosecutors to save lots of himself.

Tekashi 6ix9ine Girlfriend Jade Iced Breakup Reports "Free The Real"

Fans are sounding f within the feedback, telling her to get out, whereas others are supporting the 2 being collectively. “Get out sis run as quick as you’ll be able to cuz if this ni**a will get out he’s useless and for those who’re caught with him after they come for him you’re useless too,” one fan wrote.

Another fan wrote, “Everyone on right here feedback however no person know sh*t lol everybody is aware of what individuals report however no person actually is aware of so why don’t everybody get f their dick allow them to be.”

Tekashi 6ix9ine is at present in a Brooklyn Detention Center awaiting the result his racketeering case. His plea deal with the federal government will see him testifying towards his former Treyway/Nine Trey gang members together with his former supervisor Shottie. He additionally gave up two his former associates who he mentioned he paid hundreds to shoot at Chief Keef in New York final 12 months.