While 6ix9ine sings like a canary on the witness stand, let's take a look at some of the most "loyal" criminals of all time.
As Tekashi snitch-nine wraps up his first day of testimony against former gang members of Nine Trey Bloods, it's important to remember that other major criminals in history have done the same thing but should still be considered more loyal than Tekashi.
The rapper took 2 hours today to snitch out his former affiliates, and he even went as far as to describe the clothes that his fellow gang members were wearing as he rattled off their names. Check out some of history's most loyal criminals below, and let's hope Tekashi will find safety within the witness protection program (but that might be hard, considering all those tattoos).
Initially a hero of the Revolutionary War, Benedict Arnold later switched sides and fought for the British, making him one of the biggest traitors in American History. He was in the process of handing over West Point to the British when the U.S. uncovered the conspiracy and sought to capture and kill Arnold. The commander fled to London, where he died in obscurity in 1801.
Tekashi was a celebrated rapper with viral hits before his criminal undertakings were revealed. While he's far from the first rapper to be arrested for his active gang ties, he's one of few to face over 30 years in jail for attempted murder.
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