Tekashi69 is facing serious allegations after federal agents nabbed him on racketeering and firearms charges. If convicted, he faces a maximum of life in prison, the New York Daily News reports.
Tekashi69 was denied bail Tuesday after photos were revealed to show him involved in multiple shootings in New York, ABC 7 New York reports. The photos were included in a letter requesting that the judge does not grant Tekashi bail.
The first photo shows Tekashi69 present at a shooting at the Barclays Center on April 21.
Tekashi69 filmed footage of himself involved in the robbery of a man at gunpoint in midtown on April 3.
On July 16, Tekashi69 and others allegedly conspired to shoot an individual in the vicinity of Fulton Street and Utica Avenue in Brooklyn. Instead, the crew allegedly ended up hitting a bystander in the foot.
Feds also recovered an AR-15 from Tekashi69’s apartment.
The government considers Tekashi dangerous.
“The defendant is quite violent,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Longyear said. “This defendant participated in multiple acts of violence.”
The feds list Tekashi in a 17-count indictment for gang conspiracy that includes his ex-manager, Kifano (Shotti) Jordan, Jensel (Ish) Butler, Faheem (Crippy) Walter and Fuguan (Fu Banga) Lovick and Jamel (Mel Murda) Jones.
They were reportedly nabbed in a joint investigation by the NYPD, Homeland Security Investigations and ATD.
The 9 Trey Bloods are accused of committing many crimes to maintain the gang’s “power, territory and profits.”
Members of Nine Trey sold heroin, fentanyl, MDMA and weed in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx, prosecutors say.