It looks like things are getting worse for Tekashi 69 with each passing day. Page Six recently reported 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.’
The rapper’s lawyer claimed that he’s not a member of any gang, but he’s just using this bad boy image to promote and sell his music.
But things seem a bit different. The feds released some images from video surveillance that put 69 at the scene of multiple crimes, according to the prosecutors.
These images include shots of Tekashi near a gun blast which ties 69 to an April 21, 2018 shooting downtown at the Barclays Center.
Now, The Shade Room comes with new reports.
In a new video obtained by TMZ, Tekashi is reportedly seen on a Facetime call with Chief Keef’s cousin Tadoe. After the call ends, it appears that the rapper was ordering an alleged hit.
TSR writes that ‘In the video, the two are seen going back and forth, and 6ix9ine asks if Tadoe is going to be in New York with Chief Keef. At the end of the call, 6ix9ine says, “I got 30 pack on him, right now.”’
It seems that the rapper was bragging to his team about ‘placing a $30,000 bounty on Tadoe.’
TSR continues and writes that ‘Ironically, the video was recorded in late May, a few days before someone shot at and missed Chief Keef outside of the W Hotel in Times Square. Following the shooting, 6ix9ine denied that he had any involvement with the situation.’
Someone commented on The Shade Room’s page and said ‘What’s wrong with this generation? Who taught them to record criminal activity? Even a text will get you in the hot seat n you could’ve meant it as a joke. Maybe now they’re not so impressed with the technology we didn’t grow up with in the 70s 80s n ’90s.’
Another person believes that ‘He’s gonna go to jail people let’s stop acting like they are making up fake charges.’
One commenter said that ‘This boy is evil though. Tryna bring back the dangerous era of rap. Even Meek and 50 don’t do this stupid shot.’