Tekashi 6ix9ine has been a tornado in the rap world since his prison release, taking the industry and flipping it upside down with his return. His most recent shenanigans are multi-faceted. Prior to him airing out his drama with Billboard after his new single "GOOBA" debuted at #3, the rapper called out Snoop Dogg and accused him of being a snitch. He also reportedly shared a photo from Snoop and Celina Powell's alleged sex tape, which possibly caused some serious drama for him.

According to several sources, the Brooklyn star may have violated the terms of his parole by sharing "revenge porn" on social media.

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Tekashi allegedly posted a video of Snoop Dogg with his pants hanging low, exposing his buttocks as he shared a room with Celina Powell. However, the upload was quickly deleted, and it may be because he realized he could land himself in deep trouble because of it.

According to California law, a person who intentionally distributes the image of an intimate body part of another identifiable person, or an image of the person engaging in sexual practices, is sharing what is known as revenge porn. Also, since Snoop was allegedly unaware that he was being recorded, 6ix9ine could be breaking another law by letting the footage out in the open.

A number of Snoop's fans have allegedly contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation to look into the matter and deal with Tekashi 6ix9ine as necessary.