Tekashi 6ix9ine Faces Life in Prison as Most Famous Face of Violent Street Gang – Details Here!
Prosecutors, “6ix9ine Was Part of a Violent Street Gang.” Being the most famous face in a crowd of gangstas has landed Tekashi 6ix9ine in a place his lawyer may not be able to get him out of. According to the federal indictment which was unsealed in court yesterday (Nov 19th), Tekashi 6ox9ine was named part of a violent gang that sold drugs, robbed rivals and shot people who crossed them. 69, real name Daniel Hernandez, Shottie, real name Kifano Jordan, and four other men were charged together under the RICO Act.
“This gang, which included platinum-selling rap artist Tekashi 6ix9ine, wreaked havoc on New York City, engaging in brazen acts of violence,” Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States attorney in Manhattan, said in a statement.
In the indictment 6ix9ine and Shottie are named as part of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, who committed a series of violent crimes and drug-trafficking offenses, including attempted murder and armed robbery. Their crimes listed included, a plan to shoot someone who had disrespected the group which led to a July 16 shooting of an innocent bystander in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The April 21st shooting inside the Barclays Center, also in April, an armed robbery of a man in Times Square which prosecutors say was directed, and filmed, by Tekashi 6ix9ine.
Tekashi and four of the five men appeared in Federal District Court in Manhattan on Monday and were ordered held without bail. If found guilty on his lowest charge, Tekashi faces a minimum of 25 years. If found guilty on numerous charges ge could face life without parole.
You may be interested
Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over BrooklynInternational_d - August 12, 2020
[su_youtube url="https://youtu.be/4-BCcFZ4i2g"] Directed by Muta’Ali Muhammad (Life’s Essentials with Ruby Dee) the film Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn tells the…
Workplace Safety Has a Whole New Meaning in the COVID-19 EraEditorial Dept - July 18, 2020
Workplace safety is no joke. And now that we have COVID-19 to worry about, there is an entirely new emphasis…