The latest reports say that Tekashi ‘has spent years as a member of the violent street crew“Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods” — which has been accused of murders, robberies and other mayhem in and around Brooklyn, according to the feds in Manhattan.’
Page Six is the online publication that revealed this, and they continued with even more shocking details:
‘The gangbangers also distributed drugs — including heroin, fentanyl, furanyl fentanyl, MDMA, dibutylone and marijuana — in and around Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx, according to prosecutors.’
Tekashi’s lawyer tried to convince people that the young rapper doesn’t have anything to do with these gangsters and he’s reportedly only using this bad-boy image to better promote his music.
But it seems that things are not quite like this. The feds recently released some photos which reportedly prove that the rapper is connected to the gang.
Page Six revealed that the pics were presented to a Manhattan magistrate judge at the beginning of this week and they include pics of an AK-15 assault rifle that has been discovered at Tekashi’s Brooklyn home.
Some videos also place Tekashi in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Now, the most recent reports coming from the very same online publication claim that the rapper Fat Joe warned Tekashi about the pending jail time that he could be facing due to his alliance with this Bloods gang.
Here’s what Fat Joe has to say about all this nine months ago during an interview on his Coca Vision podcast:
‘I got to tell you right. You saw what happened to Bobby Shmurda,’ Joe said.
Shmurda was sentenced to seven years in prison back in 2016 for weapons possession.
‘These people, these police tried to set me up so many times,’ Joe said. ‘They did not like who I was, who I stood for … They wanted to get me … 1 million percent they are plotting on you.’
He might have been right.