We all know self-snitching is at an all-time high.
Big Homie just took it to another level.
The Detroit rapper flexed his guns on Instagram Live. Two days later, the Feds raided his home and found the guns, which they tied to seven shootings -- including a homicide and a double shooting hours after Homie's IG Live session.
Homie's fellow Detroit rapper 42 Dugg jumped in the comments of SayCheese's post about the Homie debacle and gave his thoughts on Instagram usage.
"So Instagram as the world see it :ah place to show off who you are in the streets because It’s ah 90 percent chance when you ah new face no one have heard of you,no one know who you are or what you did in the streets,so let me show how many guns I got ,that don’t work let me show what kinda guns I got that don’t work...etc etc etc. Instagram as you should see it ah outlet to brand yourself ,show off hard you is how different you are ,how fresh you be how talented you is ,where you came from , how far you came ,introduce ah few different ideas AH PLACE TO GET RICH‼️‼️‼️ ah place to gain notoriety not for what you donein the streets but for what you showcasing. I’m not saying this to say the younging stupid it’s just ah learning situation for him for me for everybody this was me last year so of course I’m gone help him because somebody helped me so instead of bashing young n*ggas y’all should correct em give them/us ah different way to see shit we might NOT SEE SH*T HOW YOU SEE BECAUSE OUR SITUATION AINT LIKE YOURS FREE THE YOUNGING WE COMING TO GET YOU CUZ," Dugg typed.
Big Homie may be going to prison for a while, so Dugg will have to wait to help him.