Is YG’s new song “Stop Snitching” a 6ix9ine diss track?

    He performed the cut at Coachella and confirmed his new album drops next month.

    YG performs on stage
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    Although Tekashi 6ix9ine is already serving time behind bars, YG still has a lot to say about his longtime nemesis. On Sunday night, the Compton native turned up the heat at Coachella by debuting a new track that all but puts the rainbow-haired rapper on blast.

    Reportedly titled “Stop Snitching,” the song takes aim at 6ix9ine, who agreed to work alongside federal prosecutors in their ongoing investigations of New York’s Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, the gang the rapper was formerly a part of, in order to lighten his 47-year prison sentence.

    “You got caught with some shit / With your best friend and your clique / Y’all got caught hittin’ a lick / Everybody went down ’cause you snitched, ah,” YG rapped on the menacing track as a giant mugshot of 6ix9ine was projected onto the stage next to the words, “Stop Snitchin’.”

    YG also revealed that his forthcoming album, which he postponed due to Nipsey Hussle’s untimely death, is due out next month. “I ain’t even know how to motherfuckin’ walk and talk. I couldn’t get out the bed,” the rapper told the crowd. “The only reason I’m up here is because I’ve been drinking a whole lot of motherfuckin’ tequila. But my n***a gone, I gotta deal with this shit, so I decided to push my album back to May 3, goddamnit.”

    While you wait for YG’s new album to arrive, check out his performance of “Stop Snitching” below:

    For more rap performances at the first weekend of Coachella, check here.