In his new Peacock show It’s So Dumb It’s Criminal, a clip show where the rapper Snoop Dogg and a rotating crew of comedians react to ridiculous crimes caught on video, Snoop managed to work in a dig at fellow rapper Takashi 6ix9ine by naming a segment “The Tekashi69 Memorial Snitch Award.”

The clip showed a woman who was a witness to a string of house fires in Ohio. At the very top of her TV interview, she said, “It was ’cause of my cousin, and I don’t want to mention no names.” She also elaborated that he started the fire because “he’s mad because he can’t get with me. I’m married to my husband.”

Snoop has come for 6ix9ine in the past for his previous cooperation with federal investigators to indict his former fellow gang members on racketeering, weapon possession and conspiracy to commit murder charges in exchange for a reduced sentence. He spent less than a year in prison and ducked a minimum sentence of 47 years in the plea deal. Snoop responded by calling the accusations “reaching,” and added, “Suge and me on great terms now.”

Snoop Dogg was a vocal critic of 6ix9ine while the trial unfolded, publicly calling him a “rat” and “snitch” for cooperating with authorities. 6ix9ine hit back with claims that Snoop ratted on Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight, who is still serving a 28-year prison sentence in relation to a fatal hit and run.

It’s co-hosted by Snoop and “clip keeper” Tacarra Williams. More comedians that will appear on the show include Ron Funches, Deon Cole, Diallo RiddleJim JefferiesLoni Love and Godfrey.

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