Charlie Puth Tweets Then Quickly Deletes Message Saying He’d Produce a Tekashi 6ix9ine Song For Free
Tekashi 6ix9ine has accumulated a lot of haters for being a "snitch" during his trial; however, he may have also gained a new fan in the process.
On Monday (September 23), Charlie Puth tweeted that he not only wanted to be involved in the now-disgraced rapper's career if he got out of prison, but that he'd produce a song free of charge. "If 6ix9ine gets out and is able to make another record i'll produce it for free," he wrote.
However, he quickly regretted making the comment because just 30 minutes later the pop star deleted the message and went about the rest of his day pretending like he never said it.
The "FEFE" rapper is currently facing 47 years to life in prison after being charged with six federal crimes,including multiple counts of racketeering, conspiracy, firearms offenses, and narcotics trafficking. During his trial, the 23-year-old threw a number of big name rappers under the bus, including Cardi B, whom he revealed was part of the Nine Trey Bloods gang.
He's thought to be cooperating with the feds in return for a heavily reduced prison sentence and will be sentenced on January 23. 2020.