Tekashi69 turned on his Treyway homies. 6ix9ine admitted to joining the Nine Trey Bloods in the fall of 2017. In March 20, 2018, he admits helping members of the gang attempt to a kill a rival to “increase my own standing in Nine Trey.”
On April 3, he and other members robbed a rival at gunpoint.
He also admitted to paying someone to shoot at Chief Keef.
“I paid a person to shoot at a rival member of Nine Trey to scare him. The shooting took place in Manhattan. I did this to maintain or increase my own standing in Nine Trey.”
6ix9ine also admitted to selling a kilo of h----- in 2017 and offered an apology for all his crimes, saying, “I apologize to the court, to anyone who was hurt, to my family, friends, and fans for what I have done and who I have let down.”
6ix9ine’s cooperation with the Feds will reduce his sentence. The minimum is 47 years, but may receive significantly less at the suggestion of the prosecution.
6ix9ine is pleading guilty to all eight of nines counts in his federal indictment that includes racketeering, conspiracy, firearms offenses and narcotics trafficking. The one count he reportedly did not plead to is an April 3, 2018 robbery of rivals of the Nine Trey gang.
6ix9ine was involved in dealing h-----, fentanyl, ecstasy, amphetamines and marijuana.
The feds say the conspiracy reportedly consisted of multiple acts of murder, robbery and extortion.
Tekashi69 is set to testify against his main homie Kooda B, real name Kintea McKenzie, TMZ reports. Anthony Ellison and Denard Butler were also indicted.
6ix9ine pinned Kooda as the gunman when speaking with investigators.
Kooda was reportedly paid $10,000 to shoot Chief Keef, TMZ learned. He has yet to be arrested.
Ellison is already in custody for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting 6ix9ine. ATF arrested Butler Wednesday. Both men are expected to appear in court later this afternoon.
6ix9ine denied any beef between himself and Sosa during an interview with TMZ.
“I’m a big fan of Chief Keef,” he said.
“My account be getting hacked. But I’m a big fan,” Tekashi69 says before he starts rapping Sosa’s lyrics to “Faneto.”
Tekashi69 told TMZ he wants to collaborate with Chief Keef.
“Just trying to find out how much a feature costs,” he said before rhyming lyrics to Sosa’s “Love Sosa.”
TMZ caught up with Chief Keef as he touched down in Los Angeles at LAX. Sosa was asked about the shooting incident he was involved in this past weekend.
“We don’t have scary incidents,” Sosa said. “No talking.”
Tadoe chimed in, saying, “F**k all the opps. Y’all know how the f**k we rocking.”
Chief Keef was shot at, but was unharmed.
Sosa was standing outside the W Hotel in Times Square around 6 a.m. when two gunmen in black hoodies fired shots at him.
A bullet struck a hotel signage near Sosa.
6ix9ine’s sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 24, 2020.