Migos member Quavo might have to take the stand in the murder trial of his late bandmate and nephew, Takeoff. If he does, fellow rapper 600 Breezy thinks the rap community will classify him as a snitch.
Breezy shared his thoughts in a new interview with VLAD TV from Tuesday, March 7th. After the host noted that Migos’ security, Migo Bands, might be taking part in the trial, Breezy agreed he should do as someone who witnessed the incident. As for Quavo, though, Breezy thinks he has to follow a different code of rules.
“I doubt one bit that Quavo would get on the stand and say anything that’ll make people say, ‘Oh, Quavo a snitch,'” Breezy explained. “For the sake of his career and all that shit? His nephew gone. His nephew dead and gone. Nothing he can do to bring him back.”
He continued: “He wouldn’t do that to himself. If Quavo sat there and took the stand to say anything about that situation, he got the snitch jacket on him now.”
Although he maintained that the rules should be followed, Breezy admitted that they’re often “stupid”. “Where we come from and how we live, it’s just the rules how it’s set up,” he expressed. “You can’t be a snitch. You can’t be labeled as a snitch, you don’t want to be a snitch. It’s codes. A lot of this shit is stupid – don’t get me wrong.”
Patrick Clark, Takeoff’s alleged killer, was released from jail in January after posting a $ 1 million bond. This came just two months after Migos’ youngest member was shot and killed at a Houston bowling alley in November. As part of the bond agreement, Clark is wearing an ankle tag and remains at his parents’ home in the city, whilst also avoiding contact with the family of Takeoff. He is due to return to court later this month.