Tekashi 6ix9ine warned his followers midway through the week that he believed Billboard would attempt to screw him out of a #1 debut for "GOOBA" and, lo and behold, it looks like that happened after the colorful rapper nabbed the #3 spot behind Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber. After launching a so-called investigation into the matter, 6ix9ine called out Billboard for allegedly allowing Grande and Bieber to purchase 60,000 copies of their single at the last minute using six credit cards. 

While there is definitely something fishy about that, both of the pop stars have refuted those claims. 

Apparently, this latest move has people empathizing with the rainbow snitch though, whether they acknowledge it or not.

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Hip-hop icon Juicy J chimed in on the matter on Twitter, deleting his message shortly afterward. He spit some bars, claiming that Billboard hits can now be purchased if you politic correctly.

"You can buy P---y you can buy weed You can buy streams you can buy billboard what else can we buy," asked the Three 6 Mafia legend. "I wanna invest," he joked.

He doesn't necessarily voice that he's siding with Tekashi 6ix9ine on this matter since, you know, that would probably be incredibly damaging to his brand. However, this is enough validation for 6ix9ine's point to make sense to us all.

Do you think Ariana and Justin bought their #1 spot from 6ix9ine?