Turncoat rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine who gave information about fellow gang members and other celebrities in hopes of getting his sentence reduced has already planned out his post-prison career.

The 23-year-old rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 47 years for possession of firearms and racketeering charges. However, he cooperated with the government by testifying against the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods and other celebrities including Cardi-B, in hopes of cutting short his prison sentence.

His testimony led to the conviction of reputed Nine Trey gang members.

Though the sentencing takes place in December, the rainbow-haired rapper believes he will be out by 2020 and has already planned out what to do post his prison stint.

“It looks like he will be making music right away when he comes home. He already contacted a young NYC producer, and someone purchased two beats for him,” a music insider told Page Six.

He has reportedly started putting together his new album already and is “itching to make new music.”

According to TMZ, Tekashi plans to forego the witness protection program, instead choosing a life of music and fame after coming out of the prison. Considering the number of people he snitched, it could certainly be a death wish, however, Tekashi believes he can pick up his music career right from where he left it.

Tekashi will keep a 24/7 security when he is released as he plans to hide in plain sight.

The celebrity world reacted to the news of Tekashi rolling over gang members and other fellow celebrities by trolling him and branding him a snitch.

Snoop Dog’s recent social media posts have been very critical of the rapper, who reportedly sang like a canary to the authorities for three days.

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Rapper Tekashi69, real name Daniel Hernandez, in County Criminal Court #1 at the Harris County Courthouse on Aug. 22, 2018 in Houston, Texas. Getty Images/Bob Levey