Confidential Informant In Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Crew Reportedly Recorded Everything – Detail Here!
It appears that Tekashi 6ix9ine and his crew were infiltrated for several years now and they had no clue as they continued on their alleged crime spree. The spree which lasted over five years since around 2015 is well documented by someone within his team who reportedly kept itemized records including video and audio. The star pleaded not guilty in court yesterday morning (Nov 26th) and his trial date was quickly set for a start date of September 4, 2019. His not guilty plea doesn’t necessarily indicate that he wasn’t offered a deal, but it does indicate that at this time he may have rejected it.
Although, it would be preferable to speak of 69’s music and the potential of him going 11 for 11 it is necessary to cover the ongoing changes and updates in his current situation. Late last night/ early this morning reports surfaced that the feds already have all the information they needed via someone in 69’s gang that kept a detail on all their movements.
According to Vulture, Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Longyear disclosed that they had a confidential informant who recorded many situations that will be used against Tekashi, Shootie and other members of their gang in court. In addition to the informant, it was revealed that the gang’s including Tekashi’s social media accounts were under surveillance coinciding incidents according to dates, times and posts. The totality of which allegedly confirms the RICO charges faced by the star and his gang. Stay tuned as sometimes this drama feels like something we will all wake up from, but that’s not likely.
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