The artist Bizz-E BlazE recently sat down with Jeroslyn JoVonn of The True 100 and shared exactly how rapper Tekashi69 originally became affiliated with the real S.C.U.M. Gang and what ultimately led to his fallout with the group.
Coming on the heels of his recently released EP “Way Too BizzE”, the Brooklyn native gets candid about his previous encounters with “Danny”, the controversial rapper we all know as Tekashi 6ix9ine. Bizz-E explains how Tekashi initially approached S.C.U.M. Gang in hopes of joining their crew. While early footage shows the group making music in the studio and Tekashi proudly repping the S.C.U.M. Gang brand, things soon went sour between him and one of the group’s members and Tekashi69 went on to start repping the group’s established brand as his own while teaming up with Treyway.
Now with Tekashi69 and many of the Treyway members being in jail for a variety of felony charges, the streets of hip hop have been widely criticizing Tekashi’s decision to snitch on his former comrades. Bizz-E takes us through what led to Tekashi’s fallout with S.C.U.M. Gang and shares his take on the future of Tekashi’s career following his release from jail.
The “Today” rapper/songwriter also takes us through what led to his relocation from Brooklyn to Los Angeles and shares how aspiring artists can make money as songwriters.