Globally recognized superstar Akon just answered the question regarding whether or not rappers should work with Tekashi 6ix9ine after he came clean about snitching on his former street crew.

On Sunday (June 7), 6ix9ine posted a clip working with Akon atop a keyboard and his Auto-Tuned vocals infused with Akon’s 2004 single, “Locked Up.”

“LOCKED UP PART 2 IM ON ALBUM MODE … THIS ALBUM GOING CRAZYYYYYYY … @akon,” he exclaimed on Instagram with an assortment of platinum plaque, fire and colorful heart emojis.

As of press time, the post amassed more than five and a half million impressions on Instagram alone after just one hour of shelf life.

However, just as fast as the likes poured in, fans resoundingly let the “Locked Up” artist know that his remix of said Billboard hit with the embattled “GOOBA” rapper was not appreciated. Especially after all but abandoning the American music scene over the course of the last decade.

Fans also mentioned Styles P’s name, who was featured on the aforementioned hit which peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard 100. Although the LOX member has never publicly spoken out against the rainbow-haired rapper, many assumed given the overwhelming theme of integrity in his content that he wouldn’t be in agreeance with the collaboration.

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Check out some of the reactions below. 6ix9ine was aware of the fervor he caused and shared his own GIPHY reaction to the mix while mocking Meek Mill and YG in the process.

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