Faheem ‘Crippy’ Walter, a member of Treyway, was sentenced Wednesday to 62 months in prison for his role in a shooting at a Manhattan restaurant.
Crippy and others were attempting to reach 6ix9ine at Phillipe Chow on restaurant on E. 60 St., but were stopped by private security guards.
6ix9ine met with a record executive at the restaurant after he was sentenced to four years probation for a video he made of a teenage girl.
Crippy and another member of Treyway returned to the restaurant and hit one of the security guards over the head with a chair. The guard then shot Crippy in the torso. He was taken to the hospital, and later charged with gang assault.
Prosecutors argued Crippy was an enforcer for Treyway, and carried a gun for the crew.
Crippy could get out of prison in three years with good behavior.