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Tekashi69 & King Earner’s “Witless Protection!"
By Khalil Amani
Maybe I have too much time on my hands. How do I find these guys? Maybe I should take a hiatus from YouTube, but it's more entertaining than watching TV. Where ever shall I start? Well, I guess we’ll start at the top! King Earner! A YouTuber whose focus is on people who commit criminality and not snitching. He’s got a hard-on for condemning legendary Harlem scumbag and ex-drug dealer, Alpo. For King Earner, Alpo is the epitome of what a snitch is. Earner is to Alpo what Israel Doctrine is to Hassan Campbell—a dude who’s made umpteen videos about Alpo and become Alpo’s worst nightmare in these YouTube streets! His other message to children is convoluted. Out of one side of his mouf, he's down with the "no snitching" campaign and openly seems to glorify the street life and then tries to clean up his street mouf by telling kids to stay sucka-free in these streets. I'm confused and I'm an adult, so I knows these kids gotta be pulling hairs trying to decipher just what the fuck he's trying to portray!
King Earner’s YouTube schtick is talking about his time in the pokey (prison) as a jailbird and the rules and regulations that comes with the criminal lifestyle and how criminals should have codes involving honesty and morality and honor and never turn “rat,” “snitch” or government informant.
Isn’t there a saying, “There is no honor amongst thieves?” Why would this guy, King Earner think that dudes who commit criminality have honor? They break the laws of the land and sell poisonous drugs to black people that kill our communities and he thinks that these guys should have “honor” and not snitch when they find themselves in a pinch?
Let me get this straight! Keep my mouf shut and do 25 years in prison or tell the cops on my mans and get 10 years in prison? Hmmm? Let me think. Keep my yap-trap shut and do 25 years without seeing another stank-box (vagina) or snitch on my homeboy and be parlaying up in some nappy-dugout in two years? Choices.
Oh, what a hard decision! Not!
The logic behind King Earner’s “honor” code is as perverse as never having sex again! It goes against the idea of being a criminal to have “honor!” Honorable men don’t destroy their communities through criminality! An "honorable criminal" is an oxymoron; for how can there be any honor in committing crime? How is it less honorable to snitch than it is to flood your community with drugs? King Earner and many hoodlums of his ilk have a warped sense of reality to think that a criminal won’t or shouldn’t snitch, based on some street-code where honor is a premium. Again, have they not heard, “There is no honor amongst thieves?”
But what gets my goat about King Earner is his commentary in an area of law enforcement expertise that he is no expert in—the Federal Witness Protection Program. Granted. Earner’s been in the penal system, but his knowledge of witness protection is ass! Those of you who follow me—who follow Khalil Amani know that I’ve made no secret about being in the Federal Witness Protection Program, writing a book on the subject and being on national TV five times discussing the cult, which forced me into the Witness Protection Program—therefore I can speak from firsthand knowledge on the details of the government’s ultra secretive identity makeover machine called the Witness Protection Program, whose correct name is the Witness Security Program and shortened to “Witsec.” King Earner has never been in the Witness Protection Program, so all that he speaks on the subject is speculative gum-flapping. I personally know that he doesn’t know what the fuck he’s tallumbout in his very pronunciation and spelling of the Witness Protection Program!
Case in point? Mr. Earner did a YouTube video entitled, “Tekashi 6ix9ine HAS BEEN PLACED IN WISEC WHERE THEY WILL KEEP HIM UNLISTED,ITS CALLED THE WHODINI.” In this video, Mr. Earner erroneously refers to the Federal Witness Security Program aka “Witsec” —mispelling “Witsec” as “Wisec”—and pronouncing “Witsec” as “Why-sec.” Smh. Earner doesn’t even have the mental acuity to Google what he’s tallumbout and get the correct spelling and the correct pronunciation to the word “Witsec” and what it stands for! “Witsec—not “Wisec” (as Earner pronounces the word) is short for “WITNESS SECURITY PROGRAM” numbnuts! "Witsec" Witness Security! Got it?
King Earner goes further and says that Tekashi69 and Alpo are in “Why-sec.” lol. (Nigga it’s “Witsec!”) We know that Alpo has been recently spotted in Harlem, so there’s absolutely no way he’s in “Witsec”—Witness Protection! No way! Again! You’re reading and listening to the words of someone who was actually in the Witness Protection Program! I know the details of witness protection like no other! King Earner is so off base!
The first rule of being admitted into the Witness Protection Program is never—never ever? Never, ever, ever go back to the city, state, town, region or locale in which you formerly lived. To do so is an automatic disqualification and violation that gets you kicked out of the Witness Protection Program, so Alpo walking around Harlem means one of three (3) things—1.) He’s not in the Witness Protection Program, 2.) He was in the Witness Protection Program and signed out of the Program (as I eventually would do)—or 3.) He’s violating his agreement with the United States Marshal Service and sneaking back into what the government calls a “Danger Area.” Has anyone found out what Alpo's new assumed name is since he's supposedly in "Witsec?"
Entering the Federal Witness Protection Program is contingent on a few things—above all—that the witness in question is working with federal authorities to put people in jail. Tekashi69 may be in federal custody, but that is not in the Witness Protection Program as King Earner so wrongly says!
King Earner doesn’t know what the fuck he’s tallumbout when it comes to Witness Protection—and like the movie, “Witless Protection”—Earner clearly is out of his element and counts on your ignorance to present non-truths and pass then off as facts simply because he’s done a stint in the Big House (jail)—supposedly! His ignorance of this subject has me thinking that he might even be fabricating his prison bid. I’m jus’ sayin’…
King Earner gives no history of the Witness Security Program aka Witness Protection Program aka “Witsec”—so let me educate you! The Federal Witness Security Program was authorized by the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970. Since its inception, more than 7,500 witnesses and 9,500 families have entered the Witness Security Program. The F.B.I. doesn’t put people in the Federal Witness Security Program. This job falls on the United States Marshal Service at the request of a federal prosecutor who believes that an informant’s/witness’s life is in danger and the Attorney General makes the final decision, but the ultimate decision to enter the Program lies squarely on the shoulders of the informant—leave your former life behind or take your chances in these streets?
Once you’ve been asked to go into the Program, the U.S. Marshals will want to know that you are competent, somewhat intelligent and not a liability, so they give you an I.Q. Test. After the test and you appear to be reasonably sane you’ll be asked to sell any property that has your name or any identifying numbers, which means you must get rid of your car, motorcycle and once they receive you—the day they whisk you away—they take every shred of identification from you, which will include your Driver’s License, Social Security Card, Birth Certificate, Credit Cards, Bank Cards, Library cards, diploma, degree, college transcripts, Passport, etc. At this point you become a NON-PERSON! You are taken out of the system and your name is taken off Wall Street (for you that understand Sovereignty). You literally do not exist anymore. (Remember the movie “Erasers?” Yeah, like that!) Whatever bad credit or outstanding bills you have go poof! Gone! The name your mother & father gave you—poof! Gone! Any children that you don’t have custody of—poof! Gone! You will never see them again.
Purgatory, limbo, erased. No more YOU! You cannot contact any person from your past ever again or visit any state or city where people know you (so they tell you). Tekashi69 is far from being part of the Witness Protection Program! He's probably in federal custody via the FBI and waiting for his chance to snitch on Treway, Shotty & dem; for Tekashi69 was never a goon, a head bussa, a real Blood gang member!
Tekashi69 was an arrogant, stupid little Mexican kid who grew up around black cultural aesthetics (niggas!) and ingratiated himself amongst the savageness of black Americana, "culture vulture-ing" his way into prominence. Tekashi69 once said that he's afraid of two things: "God and the Feds," so you know he's sitting in protective custody shaking in his fucking boots! Furthermore, Tekashi69 deserves everything the Feds throw at him, because this little spic (since he loves using the N-word!) was warned on many occasion to chill out with the trolling antics by the likes of Charlamange Tha God, Fat Joe, XXXtentacion (R.I.P.), Ebro, and his main man, DJ Academics, but instead, this little Rainbow Bright Skittles haired wetback told hip-hop to suck his dick and violated the code of "checking in" when visiting another rapper's city. From New York to California to Texas to Illinois, this little Mexican fuck-boy violated hip-hop and violated black people by projecting a negative image that he'd stolen from poor black people---and black people allowed him to use the N-word in his music and in public! The little Mexican would boast that he couldn't be "touched." Nothing about Tekashi69's life was gangster! His appearance dressed like he was about to go march in a Gay Pride parade, his knuckle-game getting him tossed around at LAX airport and thrown to the ground, getting kidnapped, robbed for his jewels, beaten and hospitalized, his 30 second appearance in one of Chicago's toughest neighborhoods at four-in-the-morning for a trolling photo op (Hey! Maybe this is where Hassan Campbell got the idea to go up in Harlem looking for Sa Neter at 7 a.m.?) How has Tekashi69 been getting a hunnid racks ($100,000) a show for over a year and only has 1.7 milli in his bank account? I'll tell you why! Treway (Shotty & dem) been running this little Mexican's pockets and extorting the shit out of him in the name of protection and gang affiliation, that's how!
Now look at Tekashi69! Facing a R.I.C.O. case of 25 to life! Yes! I hope the Feds bury his ass so far under a prison that the next interloping, culture vulture-ing motherfucking "visitor" to the "House of Hip-Hop" will put some respect on its name! I know that Tekashi69's music wasn't made for a 58 year old granddaddy like me, but I'm still actively part hip-hop culture and have not succumb to the "age-appropriate" rap music of my generation. I love Cardi B, Drake, Future, YG, Migos, Tyga and lots of rap music coming across the airwaves today, but Tekashi69's music was trash from the word go! Hip-hop is better for his removal. Had to get that off my chest. Sorry, but not sorry for my digression. (Oh yeah! Tekashi69 is in the title of this blog, right?)
Now for some Witness Protection Program trivia!
What case in American crime history put the most people in the Witness Protection Program? Was it the Mafia? No. Was it the crimes committed by the drug cartels? No. Was it witnesses to crimes committed by gangs? No. According to Pulitzer Prize winning writer, in her book, Brother Love: Murder, Money and a Messiah—the Yahweh cult and subsequent trial in Miami sent more people into the Federal Witness Protection Program than any other Mafia case! She writes, “Eventually, he [the prosecutor] would recommend thirty  collaborators… to the witness protection program, believed to be more than in any case in U.S. history” (272). And Khalil Amani was amongst those thirty that went into the Federal Witness Protection Program, as a result of the murderous Yahweh cult in the 1980’s.
King Earner never thought that he’d encounter someone like Khalil Amani—someone who’s actually been part of the Witness Protection Program, so it was easy for him to use his prison pedigree and fabricate what the Witness Protection Program is. LOL! His biggest faux pas (missteps) are misspelling and mispronouncing “Witsec” as “Wisec”—and then presuming to tell us that Alpo and Tekashi69 are in “Witsec”. If we know their whereabouts? What prison they’re in? That Alpo walks Harlem streets? Then no! They are not in the Witness Protection Program, because—as I’ve explained—the government will take you so far into their secret world that your own mama won’t know how to contact you! When all information stops on Tekashi69—then we can assume he’s being erased. Until then, somebody tell King Earner to have several seats! His understanding of witness protection is no more than “Witless Protection!” He doesn’t have a clue!
Khalil Amani is"Gay hip-hop's Straight Advocate." A Miami native who writes for Allhiphop.com, DJ Kay Slay’s Straight Stuntin Magazines. He’s been featured in L.A. Times, Miami New Times, Miami Herald, Thump/Vice/Noisey.com, Forward, Spin Magazine, DaveyD.com, DJ Kay Slay's Streetsweeper Sirius XM Radio Show, The Opperman Report, Sa NeterTV, CBS's, "West 57th Street" (1988), The Biography Channel's, "I Survived a Cult" (2010), The Biography Channel's, "Escaping Evil: My Life in a Cult" (2013) and 2018's, ID (Investigation Discovery) Channel in conjunction with People Magazine "Cults." Look for upcoming features on Mr. Amani in February 2019 on Oxygen Channel and People Magazine! Amani is the author of seven books, including the groundbreaking“Hip-Hop Homophobes...” (iuniverse.com ’07). Amani majored in English and Black Studies at San Diego Mesa College and the University of Nebraska. Follow on IG @khalil_amani, Facebook, Twitter @khalilamani. Email @firstname.lastname@example.org